The Massey Bros., Hart Massey and Yale Massey, are filmmakers who have spent 10 years producing entertaining and educational shorts, pilots, films, tv series, documentaries and commercials.  The brothers broke out with the television series Hart of the Annex, (2005, Rogers TV).  The series earned a nomination for best television series at The Rogers TV Impression Awards, and was coined “The King of Kensington of the next generation” (Rob Salem, Toronto Star), and “the next big thing in Canadian comedy” (M.A. Tamburro, Globe and Mail).

Their latest television series, The Film Student (Rogers TV) is currently in its 4th season (Episodes 18 – 28) and was nominated for a 2010 Gemini, for diverse programming.  Also in 2010, Massey Bros. Films (MBF) released a feature length documentary that premiered at the Reelworld Film Festival. The documentary is entitled G-Way, and it is an in depth look at Toronto’s at-risk-youth.

In 2010-11, MBF documented a series of HIV related cases in Bushenyi and Kampala, Uganda. A short documentary entitled HIV Solutions was released in 2011 and the documentary focused on the people in Uganda suffering from HIV. It also explores theories and holistic solutions brought forth by the Harold Foster Foundation. Massey Bros. Films is also the post-production studio behind the upcoming 13-part television series, The Secret Recipes of the Maharajas (OMNI).