Bob Dylan: Odds and Ends, a new two-hour film composed of archival interviews, promotional videos and documentary shorts on the legendary artist’s career, is available now for digital purchase and rental from Sony Music Entertainment and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Five other film titles from the Bob Dylan catalog are also available for digital download and rental, including Bob Dylan: Trouble No More – A Musical Film, The Other Side Of The Mirror: Bob Dylan Live at the Newport Folk Festival 1963-1965, Bob Dylan: The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration, Bob Dylan: MTV Unplugged, and the comedy/drama Masked and Anonymous, in which Dylan stars as Jack Fate, a singer coerced into making a comeback performance at a shady benefit concert event.
The new compilation tells the stories of some of the most important moments in Dylan’s career, featuring rare promotional films, videos and behind-the-scenes footage.
The release highlights a distribution collaboration between the Sony companies for long-form content, documentaries and concert films from artists in the Sony Music catalog across multiple digital platforms.
“Bob Dylan has one of the most iconic catalogs in music history and we are honored to bring it to life,” said Tom Mackay, president, premium content A&R, Sony Music Entertainment, in a statement. “With Sony Pictures, we are giving fans an exclusive inside look at rare, revealing moments from his career. Because of our collaboration, this sort of creative achievement was made easier by combining the unique talent and resources of our two global companies. That partnership offers all of our artists the ideal platform to tell their stories and reach their fans around the world.”
“We are thrilled to team up with Sony Music on this distribution collaboration to bring music fans worldwide great video experiences from some of the most renowned artists in SME’s catalog,” said Jason Spivak, EVP, distribution, for North America television and home entertainment, Sony Pictures Entertainment. “Bob Dylan is one of the most influential musicians of our time with a global fanbase. We could not be more excited to give his fans an inside look at his career through Bob Dylan: Odds and Ends.”