Bob Dylan’s ‘No Direction Home’ Documentary Is Being Expanded for 10th Anniversary
Martin Scorsese's award-winning documentary No Direction: Bob Dylan will receive an expanded deluxe edition for its 10th anniversary. More than two hours of new footage will be added to the 2005 movie (yes, they're a year late).
The Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition, which will be released on Oct. 28, also comes to Blu-ray and digital for the first time. You can watch a trailer for this new edition above.
Scorsese's film chronicles the early years of Dylan, collecting clips of the singer-songwriter from 1961-66, as he went from being a rising star on the New York City folk scene to one of the country's greatest protest singers to, in the words of one irate concertgoer, a "Judas" for plugging in and going electric.
In addition to more scenes of Dylan, the deluxe edition includes full interviews with Scorsese and folksingers Dave van Ronk and Liam Clancy.
A special edition deluxe box will also be available. It features both Blu-ray and DVD versions of the movie and bonus material, plus an exclusively produced Dylan magazine with reproductions of articles from the era and three lithographic prints.
It's going to be a busy season for Dylan fans. On Nov. 11, Dylan's historic 1966 tour -- which is documented in No Direction Home -- will be the focus of a new 36-disc set, The 1966 Live Recordings, that collects his tumultuous concerts from that year.
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