Directed by Jason DaSilva | 90 minutes | USA/Canada | 2019
When We Walk is a follow-up to the Emmy-Award winning film “When I Walk”. It is the second part of a documentary trilogy that follows the life of filmmaker Jason DaSilva as he deals with primary progressive multiple sclerosis. When We Walk takes place several years after the events of When I Walk, and documents DaSilva’s struggle to stay close with his son. This participatory, auto-biographical film explores themes of identity, generational division, and life with a disability, but ultimately focuses on one father’s fight to keep his son in his life.
Preceded by the short film Inclinations from Directors Danielle Peers & Alice Sheppard | 5 min
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