If you didn’t get around to seeing the Katie documentary while it was in Irish cinemas, rest assured, you can watch one of the Country’s most notorious boxer (for a good reason), who constantly does the Irish proud, on Netflix from March 11th at
Support Katie, and find out what it takes to be a real champ by checking it out. The critically acclaimed and award-winning Katie Taylor documentary KATIE directed by Ross Whitaker (Unbreakable: The Mark Pollock Story) will be available to stream on Netflix in Ireland from Monday, 11 March.
KATIE which has been wowing audiences since it picked up the Best Irish Feature Documentary award at the Galway Film Fleadh last summer intimately follows champion boxer Katie Taylor as she attempts to rebuild her career after a year of turmoil threatened to derail her career. With many writing her off, Taylor decided to start again, and the notoriously private champion agreed to let a small crew document her attempt to rescale the heights.
Katie Taylor has won six amateur European championships, five world amateur championships and is an Olympic Gold Medal winner from the London 2012 Olympic Games. She turned professional after a disastrous campaign at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, which saw her crash out in the first round despite being favourite to win. The film unravels the deeply personal reasons behind the career low and shows the champions grit and determination to start over as a professional. Katie won her first world title within a year and became the first woman in history to headline her own Sky Sports show.
The feature documentary is produced by Ross Whitaker and Aideen O’Sullivan (When Ali Came To Ireland) for True Films and Venom with Andrew Freedman (His & Hers, Mom and Me) as Executive Producer with funding from Screen Ireland, RTE, the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland and Wildcard Distribution.
Watch the trailer here: