Haynes Entertainment was founded in 2002 by Gerald G. Haynes, a filmmaker who lives in Los Angeles. The company's first independent short film, "Hysteria," enjoyed a successful debut at the 2005 Pan African Film and Arts Festival. Since its debut, "Hysteria" has screened at a number of venues including the Chicago Horror Film Festival, Sandra Manly Short Film Showcase, and on BET-J's 'The Best Shorts'.
Haynes Entertainment seeks to bring high quality entertainment through traditional media such as film, television, animation, novels, graphic novels, comic books, and the internet. The primary goal of our company is to shatter traditional stereotypes and misconceptions of African Americans and all people of African heritage. Another important goal is to cultivate and promote artistic works of all persons regardless of gender, ethnicity or nationality.
Prepare to witness a new era in storytelling.
Super Cargo: A woman with extraordinary martial arts skills must protect a gifted young woman who is being pursued by a group of mysterious individuals.
Untitled Hysteria Companion Piece: A man is haunted by an image of a truth that he may not be prepared to face.
An emotionally distraught, weary detective tells his psychologist about an encounter with the supernatural. But is his story based on reality or a fabrication of a distorted mind. The truth will haunt both men forever.