Titan Project isn’t just a climbing film. It’s a story of self-acceptance, healing and resilience.
Sabrina Chapman, a Canadian sport climber with African & Indian heritage, is on a mission to send her first 5.14a – the threshold for elite climbing. But the “Titan Project” is also much more than that. It’s a story of one woman’s journey of self-acceptance, healing, and resilience. This is a majority crowdfunded film about a black woman climber.
This short film premiered on August 16th. The film follows climber Sabrina Chapman through her journey of climbing Titan, a 5.14a route at Lions Head in Ontario. It is considered the hardest routes in Canada.
This project with Sabrina and Melanin Base Camp is one step in their vision of building a climbing community with black or brown climbers.
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