Warner Home Video will release a digitally-restored tenth anniversary edition of "Selena," the 1997 film starring Jennifer Lopez as the slain tejano music star, Sept. 18.

The two-disc set includes the original movie, a director's cut, a "making of 'Selena'" documentary, and new interviews with Lopez, other cast and crew and Selena's family.

As reported earlier this year in Billboard, recordings from Selena's teen years have been released on Q-Zone Records, the label owned by Selena's father, Abraham Quintanilla, as part of a "Selena Classics" set.