release date April 03 2017
Forty-Year-Old Rare Photos of the Members of Les Petits Chats...Ezzat Abu Ouf as a Young Singer and Omar Khairat on the Drums
Fifty years ago, five young men were brought together by a common passion: music and singing. They formed a band that reintroduced popular English songs in Arabic and Les Petits Chats was born during the 1960s and 1970s, before they went their separate ways in the mid-1990s.

As the band had a comeback performance in 2010, director Sherif Nakhla decided to utilize their reunion to make a documentary film that would revive the band. The purpose of the documentary film was served as the band did return to performing together after they watched the film. The film's special screening was held last Tuesday as fans once again rallied to cheer on the most popular rock band in the Arab world during the 1970s.

Rare photos of the members of Les Petits Chats
Berg Anderesian, Ezzat Abu Ouf, Wagdi Francis, Omar Khairat, and Freddy Rizk: the first band members in 1967
Sheraton Hotel, Cairo (1977)
Hilton Hotel Concert, Kuwait (1972)
Omar Khorshid, George Lukas, Hani Shenouda, Wagdi Francis and Omar Khairat (1968)
Montazah Palace (1969)
Omar Khairat (1970)
Ezzat Abu Ouf (1968)
Band member and musician Hani Shenouda (1968 - 1973)
Band member Talaat Zain (1977 - 1982)
Late musician and band member Omar Khorshid (1967 - 1969)
Wagdi Francis (band founder)
Les Petits Chats is currently screening at VOX Cinemas, Mall of Egypt, until next Tuesday. Distributed by MAD Solutions, Les Petits Chats has landed its world premiere at the 18th Arabian Sights Film Festival for Contemporary Arab Cinema in Washington, DC in 2015, where the film received a nomination for the Arabian Sights Jury Prize. Within its premiere, the film captivated the audiences and the "full-house" signs were raised during its two screenings. The film also took part in several international film festivals, including the Cascade Festival of African Films in Portland, USA, the Silk Road Film Festival in Dublin, Ireland and the Arab Cinema Week in New York.