Jul 30, 2018
George Wood went from acting with SClub8, via a broken leg, to launching the longest running open air cinema in London.
Luna Cinema screen movies at a who’s who of iconic London landscapes, including Kensington Palace, Holland Park, Hampton Court Palace and even the Moat at the Tower of London.
More recently they’ve partnered with Comedy Central to produce ‘Friends Fest’; part immersive experience, part fan convention, and part exhibition; dedicated to one of the most loved shows in TV history.
Hear how a waxed chest, a broken leg, Orlando Bloom and a blagged phone call, took George from life in front of the camera, to behind the scenes producing his own acclaimed experiences.
00:35 recap of last week
01:40 What we’ve been up to this week
02:34 Who is on this week
03:00 George Wood in the studio
05:15 George’s background in TV
10:52 His first exposure to open air cinema
14:10 How ‘breaking a leg’ changed the course of his life.
14:50 The first Luna cinema
18:10 Is there such thing as luck
19:44 The development of Luna over the last ten years
23:17 How the Hilton Double Tree ruined Stuart’s night at Luna Cinema
25:18 Friends Fest and how it began
28:08 the importance of Nostalgia at Luna and Friends Fest
29:20 What is Friends Fest
33:05 Fans voted best moment in Friends
35:53 Is Friends overrated?
39:16 Game of the Week
46:02 Luna Kids
46:45 A little movie chat
50:10 The Weekly Shout
54:03 how to reach Shout About
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