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Janet Baus

Janet W. Baus is a producer and editor for PBS, cable television, and independent productions. She was Producer on Dangerous Living: Coming Out in the Developing World which was broadcast on HEREtv in June 2005. She was editor and supervising editor on the 2000 and 2001 seasons of Trauma: Life in the ER for New York Times Television, broadcast on The Learning Channel, and Series Editor for the 2002 Trauma season. Previously, she worked with co-producer Dan Hunt for the PBS documentary, AFTER STONEWALL: FROM THE RIOTS TO THE MILLENIUM, which was broadcast nationally in June of 1999. From 1993 to the present, Baus was a producer and editor for the award-winning PBS series, In the Life, producing more than 30 segments. In 1994, she co-directed LESBIAN AVENGERS EAT FIRE TOO. In 1998, she was co-producer and editor of the documentary, SOME GROUND TO STAND ON, which was awarded the National Educational Media Bronze Apple, and the Director's Choice Award in the Black Maria Festival, and aired on public television. More recently, Baus co-directed CRUEL AND UNUSUAL (2006). Her work has been broadcast on Lifetime, PBS and The Learning Channel. Baus's other awards include: Cine Golden Eagle, The Vito Russo Award, the Chicago International Television Award, the Gold Aurora Award and many audience awards. (07/12)


Some Ground To Stand On
A film by Joyce Warshow
Co-produced and edited by Janet Baus
, 1998, 35 min., Color

This compelling documentary tells the life story of Blue Lunden, a working class lesbian activist whose odyssey of personal transformation parallels l...



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