According to their Facebook page, Cinehouse "is your destination for arthouse cinema with an edge - award winning films, provocative directors, and entertaining stories from across the globe. We are home to a diverse array of cinematic perspectives, destinations, and voices. Our team goes around the world collecting and curating the best in film to bring to you the festival-to-screen experience." Whatever that means. But they've got added a bunch of Taiwanese films to Amazon Prime:
Vive L'amour (Tsai Ming-liang, 1994)
Murmur of Youth (Lin Cheng-sheng, 1997)
In Our Time (Edward Yang et al., 1982)
Pushing Hands (Ang Lee, 1992)
Dust in the Wind (Hou Hsiao-hsien, 1986)
The Terrorizers (Edward Yang, 1986)
Robinson's Crusoe (Lin Cheng-sheng, 2003)
No idea if they've only got streaming rights, but it would be surprising if a more established label hadn't picked up some of those for physical formats. But I've been saying that since some of them were originally released on Blu-Ray in Taiwan 5 years ago!
Milestone, Flicker Alley, Oscilloscope, Cinema Guild...they're all here.
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It's a cinephile-marketed offshoot of Asian Crush. I believe they intend to have their own site, and all of these titles come from the Central Motion Picture Corporation library. Most of these and a couple more are on iTunes. A few more were added this week for the first time in months, actually.