What We Are Buying Today: Woud

What We Are Buying Today: Woud
Short Url
Updated 13 November 2020

What We Are Buying Today: Woud

What We Are Buying Today: Woud

Woud is a Saudi brand offering quality, natural wood incense burners with traditional designs.
Its sophisticated oud and bokhoor holders come in six different packages of original oud including Cambodian, Vietnamese, and Indian with 30 to 90 sticks in each.
There are also 11 incense burners for oud sticks carrying inscriptions inspired by the Saudi culture such as Madinah and Makkah doors of haram, Asiri shapes, and lettering of historic Al-Balad in Jeddah city.
The decorative wooden products add safe, easy-to-burn, authentic scents to homes or office spaces.
The brand also offers a range of colorfully wrapped gift packages suitable for occasions such as weddings, a baby shower, or Eid. Products are available online by visiting https://woudco.com/categories/82969.


Egyptian film ‘Tuk-Tuk’ goes international

“Tuk-Tuk” film still.
“Tuk-Tuk” film still.
Updated 17 January 2021

Egyptian film ‘Tuk-Tuk’ goes international

“Tuk-Tuk” film still.

DUBAI: The Egyptian film “Tuk-Tuk” is set to make its international premiere at France’s Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival on Jan. 29.

After this it will be shown at the 29th edition of the Los Angeles Pan African Film Festival (PAFF), which will run from Jan. 29 to Feb. 6.

The Mohamed Kheidr-directed short tells the story of a young woman named Walaa, portrayed by Miss Egypt 2009 Elham Wagdi, who is forced to become a rickshaw driver to support her family after she is abandoned by her husband who has illegally fled the country.

The Los Angeles-based film festival was established in 1992 to promote creative works that highlight the diverse stories of Africa and the global black diaspora.

Each year, the cinematic event showcases more than 150 new films from countries including the US, Africa, Latin America and Europe.