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Dylan Doc ‘No Direction Home’ Reveals Unseen Footage in New Box Set

Martin Scorsese film celebrates 10th anniversary with first digital, Blu-Ray release

Dylan Doc 'No Direction Home' Collects Unseen Footage for New Box SetDylan Doc 'No Direction Home' Collects Unseen Footage for New Box Set

Martin Scorsese's sprawling Bob Dylan documentary 'No Direction Home' will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a new box set featuring unseen footage.

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Martin Scorsese‘s massive Bob Dylan documentary, No Direction Home, will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a new box set featuring over two hours of never-before-seen interviews and footage.

The new set will include extended interviews with Dave van Ronk and Liam Clancy, plus an interview with Scorsese about the making of the film. Among the other bonus features are the unedited “Apothecary Scene” from Dylan’s 1966 U.K. tour, an unused promotional spot for “Positively 4th St.” and the fabled clip of Dylan playing “I Can’t Leave Her Behind” in a hotel room in Glasgow in 1966.

The special edition box set will also include three Dylan lithographic photo prints and a special edition magazine featuring historical articles and photos. For its 10th anniversary, No Direction Home will also be made available digitally and on Blu-Ray for the first time.

All versions of No Direction Home are available to pre-order via the film’s website. The physical editions will be released October 28th, while the documentary will be available to download digitally October 25th, rent November 8th and stream November 28th. A new trailer for the 10th anniversary set is also available to watch.

The three-and-a-half hour, two-part No Direction Home premiered on PBS in 2005, though Dylan’s manager Jeff Rosen began collecting interviews in 1995. The documentary features chats with Allen Ginsberg, Pete Seeger and Joan Baez, while Dylan himself granted Rosen an extensive interview in 2000. No Direction Home focuses on Dylan’s life and music from 1961 to 1966, and along with the interviews, features an array of rare video, audio and photographs, including outtakes from D.A. Pennebaker’s 1967 documentary, Don’t Look Back.   

In This Article: Bob Dylan, Martin Scorsese


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