Seven years and 3,600 hours of footage after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Jason DaSilva brings an intimate portrait of his own physical transformation to the big screen with When I Walk. In a culture where disability is often reduced to a character trait- he is disabled, she is disabled- When I Walk asks about disability as a process. When do you become disabled in your path from able-bodied? What are the pivotal moments indicating your life will never be as it once was? DaSilva’s story elegantly unfolds with the camera as his witness on his journey toward activism. Harrowing and optimistic, his chronicle reminds us of the beauty of fleeting moments, the importance of humor, and the presence of possibility.