The film documents Dylan's career between 1961-66
Martin Scorsese’s documentary on Bob Dylan, No Direction Home, is being reissued to mark its tenth anniversary.
The film traces the early stages of Dylan’s career as he rose to prominence, beginning in 1961 when the singer-songwriter first arrived in New York, and ending with his supposed “retirement” from music in 1966.
To mark the tenth anniversary of the release of No Direction Home, the film is being re-released as a special edition. As Pitchfork reports, the deluxe edition of the film will be available to buy on Blu-ray and in high-definition format on streaming sites, while there will also be over two hours’ worth of extended scenes and bonus footage included with the new package.
A brand new interview with Scorsese about the making of the film will also be featured on the new release.
The physical release of No Direction Home will be available to buy on October 28, with a digital version becoming available to buy on iTunes three days earlier (October 25).