When I Walk: A Filmmaker’s Journey with MS

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October 30, 2012

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When I Walk: A Filmmaker's Journey with MS

The way we communicate with others and with ourselves ultimately determines the quality of our lives.

– Anthony Robbins –

When I Walk: A Filmmaker’s Journey with MS

30-year-old Jason DaSilva has worked as a filmmaker for ten years. His work has been screened at Sundance, on PBS, HBO, and came close to receiving an Academy Award nomination. Currently Jason is the director and star of an unusual documentary titled, “When I Walk”. The film documents his journey with Multiple Sclerosis. In Jason’s own words it,”provides information and inspiration to those affected by MS and their supporters, and gives a wider audience a unique insight into what happens when a person faces the challenge of living with a disabling chronic illness — while pursuing an artistic career and a busy, wonderful, full life.” { read more }

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