As far as rock stars go, few are as iconic and varied as Bob Dylan. The legendary folk singer turned electric, then back again, has had a few forays into the big screen but never has one of his albums been turned into a full feature film – until now.
Brazilian based production company RT Features is set to turn Dylan’s “Blood on the Tracks” into a proper movie and although the storyline has yet to be disclosed, the company promises they will find a director with a “unique” vision for the project.
Those familiar with the singer-songwriter will remember (with varied feelings) previous Dylan silver screen ventures such as “Pat Garret and Billy the Kid” for which Dylan co-starred and contributed cover friendly creations such as “Knocking on Heaven’s Door” for the film score, as well as winning a Best Song Oscar for his contribution to “Wonder Boys.”
“Blood on the Tracks” is not only considered one of Dylan’s finest creations but one of the best albums in rock, feature classic tracks such as ...Read More