Author Archives: Travestee Films


aREVIEWlution Interviews Jason Baustin

By Michelle Cross from aREVIEWlution. “City Of Lost Souls recently premiered in Baltimore and I had a chance to catch up with Jason Baustin the films Writer/Director/ Producer to ask him more about this great short film he created. It was a pleasure screening the film and though I didn’t mention this to Jason yet, I watched it 3 times […]


Copa Style Magazine Interview

Rodney W. Branche of Copa Style Magazine interviews Jason Baustin “When it comes to film, fashion has it’s place like everything else in many ways. In this case we explore the style of film Director Jason Baustin, the young film maker who edited “The Politics of Fashion”, a documentary about the state of the ‘fashion world’ in the Washington, DC […]


BYT Reviews The Politics of Fashion

MOVIE REVIEW: THE POLITICS OF FASHION: DC UNBOXED By Melissa Groth. The film shows the progress of Washington’s fashion scene over the past couple decades through a series of interviews with journalists, retailers, bloggers, and designers. READ MORE.


WUSA9 covers The Politics of Fashion

D.C. is known for a lot of things including politics, its national monuments and go-go music, but what about fashion? WUSA9 News Story.

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Bloomberg Reviews The Politics of Fashion

Washington’s Half-High Fashion by Stephanie Green. “People in New York and Los Angeles are fond of labeling Washington “Hollywood for ugly people,” mainly because of the drab wardrobes of its inhabitants. Even D.C. cave dwellers haven’t always disputed their less than chic reputations.” READ MORE


Washingtonian Reviews The Politics of Fashion

“The Politics of Fashion” Premieres in DC Tuesday by Diana Elbasha. “Plagued by a false image of conservativism when it comes to style, DC’s self-described rep as an emerging fashion capital is often a controversial one.” READ MORE


The Georgetowner Reviews The Politics of Fashion

Film on D.C.’s Fashion World Takes City Beyond Politics by Natalie Koltun. “Touted as Washington’s first-ever fashion documentary, it showcases the hidden fashion industry of D.C. that is often overshadowed by politics.” READ MORE


Actor Stephen Tobolowsky’s TV Interview

Stephen Tobolowsky discusses our film “Guys and Girls Can’t Be Friends” on a TV station in Dallas, TX.

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Chester Magazine Interviews Production Team

Writer/Director Jaymes Camery discusses shooting his feature film in Winchester, VA. “The most challenging [aspect] is putting together the cast and crew. Luckily, Ben and myself have two other producing friends in Jason Baustin and Jason Simmons, so we have a nice reliable core.” READ MORE


Rogue Cinema Reviews On Top

Brian Morton from Rogue Cinema Reviews On Top. On Top is an interesting short that doesn’t treat the sex trade as anything other than a business, one that might be illegal, but a business nonetheless. I’m giving On Top 4 out of 4 cigars, it’s very well put together, the acting is great and it’s a short that could lead […]