The limited theatrical release of Elliott Smith documentary Heaven Adores You, kicked off on May 7. It was announced today that the film will be available on Blu Ray and DVD on July 17 via Eagle Rock Entertainment.

"In addition to the full film, the DVD includes a bonus performance of 'Heaven Adores You' by Aaron Espinoza (vocalist/guitarist of indie rock band Earlimart) and a full hour of extended interviews with many of the contributors to the main film," notes a press release about the film.

The documentary details the life of the late, whispery singer/songwriter and is the first film to be given rights to his music. In 2003, Smith committed suicide after battling depression, drug abuse and alcoholism. Nickolas Rossi directed the film that captivates not only Smith's struggles and fame in life but his artistic nature through "the dense yet often isolating landscapes of the three major cities he lived in: Portland, New York & Los Angeles," notes Consequence of Sound.

A teaser trailer as well as a four-minute clip was released prior to the films debut. Heaven Adores You, which is currently screening in select theaters, was crafted with the help of Smiths' friends, collaborators and loved ones to more accurately tell the story of the Either / Or singer. The full-length feature showcases never-before-seen archival footage, various interviews and is sound tracked by unheard and unfinished music, notes Pitchfork. Written when the singer was just 14 years old, "Ocean" resurfaced during the creation of documentary. Although the track isn't featured in the film, it premiered on Portland Radio Project during an interview with the film's producer and high-school friend of Smith, Kevin Moyer.

The film was originally kickstarted in 2011 and continued to production after reaching their goal of $3,000. Heaven Adores You, can be pre-ordered on Blu-ray and DVD here.