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Dylan Doc Set for 30 City Debut

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire September 8, 2005 at 7:53AM

In the latest example of experimentation with collapsing distribution windows, Martin Scorsese's "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan" will be screened in 30 cities as part of a deal set to be announced by Emerging Pictures. Emerging will join forces with Thirteen/WNET New York for free screenings of the two-part, nearly four hour doc that screened at the Teluride Film Festival this past weekend and is also set for a screening in Toronto. It will be shown in 30 cities before its PBS airdates on September 26th & 27th and a full length DVD from Paramount is anticipated a week before the TV airdate as well.
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In the latest example of experimentation with collapsing distribution windows, Martin Scorsese's "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan" will be screened in 30 cities as part of a deal set to be announced by Emerging Pictures. Emerging will join forces with Thirteen/WNET New York for free screenings of the two-part, nearly four hour doc that screened at the Teluride Film Festival this past weekend and is also set for a screening in Toronto. It will be shown in 30 cities before its PBS airdates on September 26th & 27th and a full length DVD from Paramount is anticipated a week before the TV airdate as well.