Still Bill The Movie – Still Bill Documentary

Still Bill The Movie – Still Bill Documentary

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Damani Baker, Director/Producer/Cinematographer

Damani Baker, a native of the San Francisco Bay Area, was selected by Filmmaker Magazine as one of “25 new faces in the independent film”. His career spans documentaries, music videos, and advertisements. Some of Baker’s documentaries include Grenada: A Dream Deferred, which revisits the events and circumstances of the 1983 U.S. invasion of Grenada, and Return, an award-winning film that explores the genius of traditional African medicine. 

Baker directed music videos for Maiysha’s single “Wanna Be”, nominated for a 2009 Grammy, and Morley’s “Women of Hope”, inspired by pro-democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi. As a director, his commercial clients have included Nike/Wieden & Kennedy and their 2006 World Cup ‘Play Beautiful’ campaign.

Baker has also shot several viral campaigns for Puma, Wired Magazine, BMW and Apple for Late Night and Weekends. In addition to his professional work as a director, Baker is a guest professor at Sarah Lawrence College’s Film and New Media Department and the director of the Quest for Global Healing Film Series in Bali, Indonesia. In 2010 he shot Music, a series of interviews with fifty prominent musicians and directed two more videos in Morocco for Morley.


Still Bill is a 2009 documentary film about legendary musician Bill Withers, directed by Damani Baker and Alex Vlack. The film is an intimate portrait of Withers, known for his soulful classics such as “Ain’t No Sunshine,” “Lean On Me,” and “Just the Two of Us.” The title of the film is a reference to Withers’ 1972 album of the same name.

The film includes performance footage, interviews with friends, family, and collaborators, as well as a journey to Withers’ birthplace. It received its world premiere at the 2009 South by Southwest Film Festival and has been praised for its honest and heartfelt portrayal of Withers’ life and career.

Overall, Still Bill is a must-watch for fans of Bill Withers and anyone interested in the history of soul music. The film provides a unique insight into the life and work of one of the genre’s most beloved and influential figures.

Alex Vlack, Director/Producer/Executive Producer

Alex Vlack co-founded Late Night and Weekends with director Andrew Zuckerman, where they make documentaries, commercials, branded content, books, media installations and narrative films.

His credits include New York Times Television’s Raising the Flag and NOVA’s Battle Plan Under Fire; media installations at the Centers for Disease Control and the National Museum of the Marine Corps; advertising campaigns and content for Puma, BMW, and Apple; and a short film, High Falls, directed by Andrew Zuckerman, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and won Best Narrative Short at the Woodstock Film Festival.

He produced and edited 2008’s Wisdom, a book, film, and exhibition of Zuckerman’s portraits and interviews with prominent elders, followed by 2010’s Music, a similar project of portraits and interviews with prominent musicians.

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