The National to release "huge bonus version" of Mistaken for Strangers documentary

The National will release a "huge bonus version" of their upcoming documentary Mistaken for Strangers. The band's frontman Matt Berninger and his brother Tom, who shot the film, told Digital Spy that an extended version will come bundled with the movie's DVD.

"There is some extra footage out there. Some of it's so bad, though!" Tom said, to which Matt joked: "That's what's good about it." Mistaken for Strangers will be released in cinemas from June 27, with a special screening and live satellite Q&A in 50+ cinemas on Saturday, June 14.

Tom continued: "Hopefully [it'll be on the DVD]. Hopefully we can get it all in one place eventually."

Matt added: "There's gonna be a huge bonus version of it. The plan is well under way and Tom is working on it right now. There's no hope - it's definitely happening."

The Q&A with Matt and Tom will take place at London's Hackney Picturehouse, as part of the East End Film Festival, at 6.30pm.