D.A. Pennebaker's original Dylan documentary gives a close-up, chaotic view of Dylan around the time that "Like A Rolling Stone" emerged. The bad punctuation in the title imitates Dylan's own idiosyncratic use of punctuation.
Martin Scorsese brilliantly puts together this documentary on the early career of Bob Dylan.
Writer/director Todd Haynes gives us Dylan in six parts, each played by a different actor (or actress), in this challenging, audacious film.
Led by the tag "Bob Dylan plugged in an entire generation," this documentary is a close look at the 1965 appearance that so dramatically changed Bob Dylan's trajectory as a musician.