Angrisani has served as head of the international publicity department at Miramax for the past four years and will continue to report to Miramax chief Daniel Battsek and senior vice president of international distribution and operations Colleen Seldin.
Angrisani will continue to spearhead the company's international publicity and award's campaigns, working closely with Disney in territories that distribute Miramax's Films.
Among the upcoming titles are Doubt produced by Scott Rudin and starring Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams, and Greg Mottola's comedy Adventureland.
During this past year Angrisani was instrumental in the Golden Globe award campaigns for No Country For Old Men, The Diving Bell And The Butterfly and Gone Baby Gone.
Battsek called Angrisani 'one of a kind' who had made an 'invaluable' contribution to Miramax, while Seldin hailed his 'professionalism, love for film and hard work'.
'I'm very pleased to continue being part of the Miramax team,' Angrisani said. 'It's an exciting time, and I'm looking forward to working on our amazing slate.'
Angrisani began at Miramax Films in 2004 as vice president of international publicity and oversaw international publicity campaigns for Cold Mountain, Finding Neverland, Sin City and Hollywoodland, among others.
He joined Miramax after seven years as a publicist in Universal Pictures' international publicity department and began his career in 1995 at United International Pictures in London.