The Producers is an Egyptian production company that was co-established in 2000 by Director Hadi El Bagoury and Producer Hani Osama, who runs the company as its Managing Partner. With its revolutionary dynamic potentials, various experiences, and the contribution of its experienced team of professionals, The Producers aims to take a valuable place as a pioneering slate in the fields of cinematic and digital productions.
Besides boasting a diverse record of commercials and music videos, which garnered several awards, The Producers co-produced a number of films that attracted the audience’s attention such as Excuse My French, the thriller Warda, the first Egyptian feature created in the found footage style, Before the Summer Crowds, the last film by the great Egyptian director Mohamed Khan, and most recently, Sheikh Jackson by director Amr Salama, Egypt's official submission to the 2018 Academy Award for Best Foreign-Language Film, in addition to the short film Fork and Knife, starring Menna Shalaby, Eyad Nassar and Asser Yassin. The short film landed its world premiere at El Gouna Film Festival 2018.
Back in 2009, The Producers was the first in the Arab world to use cinematic techniques in filming a TV drama series in the TV series A‘ard Khas. In 2015, The Producers produced director Ahmed Medhat's thriller TV series Zarf Aswad. Most recently, The Producers received a wide success for its latest TV series Seventh Neighbor, directed by three young female directors for the first time in the Arab world; Ayten Amin, Nadine Khan and Heba Yousry. The series gained many viewers on TV and YouTube with over 10 million views.
Since 2015, the company has taken a new direction turning successful Arab literary works into films and TV series. The Producers turned Mohamed Sadek's best-selling book Hepta into the highest-grossing romantic film in the history of Egyptian cinema, Hepta: The Last Lecture, as the film's revenues reached more than 27 million EGP. The company also has turned writer Noor Abdulmajeed's novel-duology Ana Shahira and Ana El Kha'en into a 60-episode TV series. Most recently, The Producers has announced its acquisition of the rights to adapt Nabil Farouk's novel Man of the Impossible into film and TV productions start with Adham Sabry film by the successful duo; director Marwan Hamed and writer Ahmed Mourad.