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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.

00:47 Stuart’s in Nashville 

01:16 Biggest Challenges and advertising 

06:55 Picking the right films 

07:20 The rules of outdoor cinema

14:07 Costs, times and dates 

19:16 Kids at the cinema (Luna Kids)

22:05 George’s three favourite bars in London 

25:11 George’s favourite film 

28:44 Social Media 

30:41 Wrapping up the episode with George 

 

You can reach the guests here

Twitter: @TheLunaCinema Instagram: @thelunacinema Facebook: @TheLunaCinema Web: www.thelunacinema.com/

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