Capitol RecordsTo mark the 10th anniversary of Martin Scorsese‘s acclaimed documentary No Direction Home: Bob Dylan, a deluxe expanded edition of the film will be released on two-Blu-ray set, a two-DVD collection and as a multi-disc box set on October 28. The new version will feature two-and-a-half hours of previously unseen content, including extended scenes, live performances and full interviews with Scorsese and late folk singers Dave Van Ronk and Liam Clancy.

The Special Edition Deluxe Box package of No Direction Home will contain double-DVD and double-Blu-ray versions of the movie, a collectible Bob Dylan magazine featuring archival articles and photos and three lithographic photo prints. The bonus content includes performances of “Blowin’ in the Wind,” “Girl from the North Country”, “Mr. Tambourine Man,” “Like a Rolling Stone” and other tunes from various concerts and TV shows, an unused promotional ad for “Positively 4th St.” and May 1966 footage of Dylan working on a song titled “I Can’t Leave Her Behind” in a hotel room in Glasgow, Scotland.

No Direction Home originally aired on U.S. television in September 2005 as a two-part edition of the PBS series American Masters and was released on DVD around the same time. The three-and-a-half-hour film looks at Dylan’s life from his childhood in Hibbing, Minnesota, to his emergence as the most celebrated singer/songwriter in the New York folk-music scene to his mid-’60s ascendancy to superstardom. The documentary includes interviews with Dylan, Joan Baez, Pete Seeger and others, and features a plethora of historic footage.

The 10th anniversary edition of No Direction Home: Bob Dylan also will be released as a digital video on October 25. You can pre-order the various versions of the film at NDH10.com.

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