Yes, they do. Even if they've never operated a camera before.
Hundreds of seniors participate. In Canadian Idol fashion, only the 10 best mini-documentaries are shown before thousands, at a year-end festival.
The results are amazing considering that the senior filmmakers have only taken part in a 10-hour crash course.
Asma Mahmood, and husband Arshad, developed the idea and hooked up financing through a grant from Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.
Many of the films were dramatic, showing the conflict between the older generation, and their adult children.