About Us


About Us

PRIS Audiovisuais, founded in 1984, rose to prominence as one of Portugal's first companies in entertainment business.
Since then, it has grown its operations into the film, television, and new media distribution and acquired the expertise necessary to rank among the top national entertainment companies.
With content from the major international licensors in this space, including Lionsgate, Miramax, Pathé and Filmnation among others, PRIS is currently one of the industry leaders in the national film distribution market.
Through its years of activity, PRIS Audiovisuais has developed strong relationships with the several market players and gathered excellent know-how, which is noticeable in the continuous operations and results development as well as in the experience and knowledge gained by our large team of employees who are solely focused on this business.

  1. Founded

    Founded in 1984, PRIS Audiovisuais became one of the pioneering companies in home video distribution in Portugal.

  2. “The Shawshank Redemption”

    Convicted of murdering his wife and her lover, a quiet banker tries to survive prison by clinging to hope — and befriending a fellow lifer named Red.

  3. "The Game"

    An aloof investment banker's life spirals into peril and paranoia after his brother gives him an odd birthday gift: the chance to play a mysterious game.

  4. "Gangs of New York"

    In the crime-ridden slums of New York in the 1860s, vengeful orphan Amsterdam Vallon joins the cutthroat gang of his father's killer, Bill the Butcher.

  5. "The Aviator"

    Eccentric mogul Howard Hughes plunges headlong into fame, aviation and more as his whirlwind career evolves into a tormented journey in this biopic.


    In a dystopian future, teens Katniss and Peeta are drafted for a televised event pitting young competitors against each other in a fight to the death.

  7. "John wick"

    With the untimely death of his beloved wife still bitter in his mouth, John Wick, the expert former assassin, receives one final gift from her--a precious keepsake to help John find a new meaning in life now that she is gone.

  8. "La La Land"

    Career aspirations run up against bittersweet romance in modern-day Los Angeles, as two artists face a heartbreaking dilemma.

  9. "Green Book"

    Written by Peter Farrelly, it was nominated for five Golden Globes, winning three: Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical, Best Supporting Actor and Best Original Screenplay