11-95, is the Police Code for a Routine Traffic Stop. The film is about a man, Marvin (Allen Maldonado) who gets pulled over by a Police Officer (Joel Rush) and we witness the happenings during the encounter.

  • Paul S Lindsay
  • Paul S Lindsay
  • Akilah Chopfield
  • Paul S Lindsay
  • Allen Maldonado
    Key Cast
    Blackish, The Last OG, Survivors Remorse
  • Joel Rush
    Key Cast
    "Officer Dan WIllis"
    The Have and Have Nots
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  • Runtime:
    11 minutes 22 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    July 8, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    6,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Paul S Lindsay

Paul Lindsay's visual style was born over 30 years ago on a random Saturday afternoon in Queens, New York where he discovered "Kung Fu" Theater and became a life-long devotee to action- adventure and comedic films. These pieces of cinematic art captured Paul's interest and fueled his imagination and influenced his quirky off-kilter style of directing. His longing to be an episodic TV director comes from his love of early shows like Fantasy Island, Crime Story and his perennial favorite, Moonlighting. Week after week, those stories inspired him to want to tell his own, with a fresh authentic feel to the material, using the visual style of the shows he loved as kid. After graduating Villanova University and back in NYC, Paul wrote and directed two short films, The Marked Man and SWITCH!, as well as helmed spots for BET. In 2002, Paul co-wrote and directed his first feature, G Chronicles: The Stolen Sample, the first film in the comedic hip-hop superhero trilogy. The film was well received at URBANWORLD, San Diego Black Film Fest, and the Norfolk Black Film Fest. In early 2004, on Oscar night, Paul moved to Los Angeles to further pursue his goals and 12 years later in his career as an Assistant Director, he still relentlessly strives toward his goal of directing for TV, becoming part of the new generation of storytellers. By continually being on set, he has the rare opportunity to learn, observe and work under many directors and is ready to join their ranks.

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Director Statement

Why do I want to direct?
Because the images created on the screen are the tastier versions of those on the page. Because I can still dream, and know that life is not all cops, doctors and lawyers. Because I have seen the things I can't un-see, heard the things I can't unhear, felt the things I can't unfeel and the directing process lets me access them through the collaboration with others. Because I want to direct to pay homage, I want to write to shine a light.