Martin Scorsese’s award-winning Bob Dylan documentary No Direction Home is coming to Blu-ray for the first time.

To mark the 10th anniversary of the one of the best films made about the legendary singer-songwriter, the movie is being reissued on DVD and in High Def, with both versions featuring more than two hours of bonus and never-before-seen content. The additional material includes extended scenes from the film and full-length interviews with Scorsese, Dave van Ronk and Liam Clancy.

As well as the standard editions, there will also be a Special Edition Deluxe Box Set that will include both the DVD and Blu-ray, as well as an exclusively produced magazine that features reproductions of historical articles about Dylan, and three high-quality lithographic photo prints of the artist.

No Direction Home focuses primarily on Dylan’s life from 1961 to 1966, detailing the artist’s journey from his Minnesota hometown, on to his emergence in New York’s folk music scene and his controversial decision to go “electric”.

As well as rare performance footage and interviews with artists and contemporaries, the three-and-a-half hour film also features exclusive interviews with Dylan himself, where he talks openly and extensively about this critical period in his career.