“Grey Ambition” is an inspirational documentary about Canadian seniors over sixty-five who are taking their brain power to new levels long after retirement. It includes seniors who are involved in philanthropy, the arts, volunteerism, education, entrepreneurship and those still working in the business world and proves that life begins at any age.
“Grey Ambition” features fashion tycoon Harry Rosen, who has gone back to school in his eighties; Henry Schroeder, a ninety-five year old who builds airplanes and flies them; Anna Jarmics, a competitive darts player and painter who has no hands; Marilyn O’Hara, an entrepreneur; Peggy Kim, an avid volunteer in her Korean community and Joyce and Arthur George who still teach roller skating in their nineties.
“Grey Ambition” will air on CBC’s Documentary Channel on March 25th @ 18:00 EST and May 11 @ 20:00 EST. It is also airing on OMNI TV in English and Korean.
“Grey Ambition” also appeared in the 2014 COMMFFEST global community film festival in Toronto with Brandy Yanchyk’s other new documentary “Grey Glory.”