Warner will release documentary about Annie Leibovitz entitled, Life Through a Lens, which was directed by her sister Barbara; the disc streets on 28 October. Zeitgeist will release two films in October: the wonderful documentary Billy the Kid and Up the Yangtze, which has gotten across-the-board acclaim, both on the 18th.
Criterion's October releases include Jean-Pierre Melville's Le deuxième souffle and Le doulos, as well as Costa-Gavras' Missing with Jack Lemmon and Sissy Spacek.
Music Box Films will release, through MPI, Tuya's Marriage on 28 October and Guillaume Canet's mystery Tell No One [Ne le dis à personne] on 25 November. Dokument Films will have the German comedy Eight Miles High on the same day as Tuya.
New Yorker is releasing Jia Zhang Ke's Still Life on 14 October. First Look has Brad Anderson's Transsiberian, with Woody Harrelson, Emily Mortimer, Eduardo Noriega, Thomas Kretschmann and Ben Kingsley, on 4 November, as well as Priceless [Hors de prix] with Audrey Tautou on 18 November.
Kino will release the uncut television version of Pascale Ferran's 2006 adaptation of Lady Chatterley on 14 October. And finally, PeaceArch will have a biopic of punk rocker Darby Crash entitled What We Do Is Secret on 4 November. The film stars Shane West, Bijou Phillips and Ashton Holmes.