When I Walk: A film by Jason DaSilva. February 6, 2012.
When I Walk is a feature-length, point-of-view narrative film documenting my rapid loss of mobility over a five-year period, my emotional journey, and my pursuit of a new identity. Five years ago, after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, I discovered there were few stories or personal accounts documenting the physical and emotional experience of multiple sclerosis.
“…my doctors were telling me that in five years I would be in a wheelchair, possibly without eyesight…”
Please help me get this film finished!
excerpted from the KICKSTARTER site.
When my friend, Carol, an extraordinary woman, asks me to do something I never question the rightness or legitimacy of what she asks. I never have to…I know it is RIGHT. So when she sent me an e-mail asking me to mention Jason’s KICKSTARTER campaign for his film: When I Walk I only hesitated long enough to visit the site to see what it was that she felt so strongly about. It’s a remarkable story. A story of great courage.
But more importantly take a moment to click here to visit his “Help me get When I Walk to the finish line!” site at KICKSTARTER. Jason’s goal is $3,000. Certainly we can help him raise $3,000 by April 4, 2012.
Whether it’s five hundred bucks or five that you can send his way it all helps.