Bob Dylan Contributes Song To Fighting Film

“Tangled Up In Blue” to appear in Oxbridge gore-fest Blue Blood

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Bob Dylan is one of several artists to personally choose and approve a track for inclusion in new film by Stevan Riley, Blue Blood.

He has contributed “Tangled Up In Blue”, originally a top 40 hit, from his 1975 album “Blood On The Tracks.”

The films follows five Oxford Univeristy students who prepare for the annual bloody varsity Boxing Match against rivals at Cambridge University.

Other tracks that have been artistically chosen to appear include the Rolling Stones’ “Shine A Light,” “Radiohead’s “Karma Police” and “Disposable Heroes” by Metallica.

Blue Blood will premiere in the UK on February 21, before running for two weeks at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA).

The film is due to air on BBC2 this Spring, with a DVD release planned for later in 2007.

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