Les Petits Chats + Hide Your Metal
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Showings
St. Anthony Main Theatre 3Fri, Sep 29 5:10 PM Buy Tickets
 
Ticket Prices
General Public:$12.00
Members:$10.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$10.00
Senior (Box Office Only):$10.00
Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Program:Twin Cities Arab Film Festival
Release Year:2015
Runtime:80 mins
Type:Documentary Feature
Country:Egypt
Language:English
Arabic
w/ English subtitles
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGQeDTG5X6Q
Cast/Crew
Director:Sherif Nakhla
Description

A celebration of the 1960s and 70s, Egypt’s so-called “Golden Age,” Les petits chats is named after one of the country’s most beloved bands, which specialized in playing Italian, French, and American music. The film follows the band in 2010 as they prepare for a reunion show in a newly constructed gated community in Cairo just before Egypt’s revolution. Hearing from band members, popular actors, and other icons from the era, Les petits chats captures the vibe and the drama of the 60s rock band and their legacy today.

Director Biography

Sherif Nakhla makes films, directs theater productions, and plays in a rock band.


Screening with Short Film:

Hide Your Metal

Dir. Yasmine Mustafa
2017 | Jordan | English, Arabic with English subtitles | 12 min | Minnesota Premiere

SYNOPSIS: "Hide Your Metal" is a short documentary that follows four heavy metal bands as they prepare for the Death Rash Night II concert in Amman, Jordan. Showing the obstacles that metal musicians face in expressing themselves publicly, the film takes on metal’s “satanic” image and its effects on the bands.

DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHY: Yasmine Mustafa is the daughter of Palestinian Australian migrants. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in communications arts with an emphasis in journalism from the Lebanese American University and International Film School Sydney.


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TWIN CITIES ARAB FILM FEST

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