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AwesTRUCK Attracts An Awesome Response

September 12, 2012 / Eat St.

The street food industry has come a long way since the first episode of Eat St. aired on April 6, 2011. That was evident on Sunday in Toronto as hundreds of enthusiastic foodies converged on the Evergreen Brickworks' Holcim Gallery to attend AwesTruck 2012. 

PAPERNY ENTERTAINMENT STARTS PRODUCTION ON YUKON GOLD

August 29, 2012

Paperny Entertainment is thrilled to announce that production has begun on Yukon Gold for HISTORY. This original new series follows four mining crews as they try to strike it rich during northern Canada's extremely short mining season. 

Eat St. Double Trouble

August 22, 2012 / Eat St.

It was a great day for Eat St. and a super bonus for the Paperny Entertainment staff as Eat St. was filming in both Vancouver and New York today. Our staff took full advantage of the opportunity to support the production team. Oh yeah, and to eat some incredible food!

Finding The World's Weirdest Restaurants

August 20, 2012 / World's Weirdest Restaurants

The world is full of weird and wild restaurants, but finding them isn't always an easy task. It takes perseverance, impeccable research skills and, occasionally, a working knowledge of Japanese. In short, it takes someone like Tracey Schaeffer. A veteran of the Canadian film and television industry, Tracey has been tasked with finding 60 offbeat restaurants for Season Two of World's Weirdest Restaurants. We recently sat down with her to learn more about the challenges of her job.

On The Double with David Freeman

August 16, 2012 / Eat St.

There are few jobs more challenging than producing a television show. Unless, of course, it's producing two shows simultaneously. That's the reality of Paperny Entertainment's David Freeman, an unflappable TV vet who is currently producing Eat St. and World's Weirdest Restaurants. We recently sat down with the busy Buckinghamshire, England native to discuss the highs and lows of his dual roles.

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