WASHINGTON, DC - The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) has announced that it will air Indian-American filmmaker Jason DaSilva’s documentary “When I Walk” on its channel later this month. “When I Walk” details the very personal story of DaSilva coming to terms with, and dealing with, the onset of Multiple Sclerosis (M.S.). At the age of just 25, DaSilva was on a family trip to the beach when, all of a sudden,
he fell and realized that he could no longer move. Doctors diagnosed him with M.S., saying that he would likely never walk without assistance again, and could even lose his eyesight. The film was selected as an official entry at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, and will be released theatrically in the US later this fall. But first, it will premiere on PBS on June 23, after which it will be available for streaming on-demand for a month, between Sept 22 and Oct 21, exclusively through PBS.org. (CAAM).