Gilles Porte was born in 1965 in Lyon (France). Since 1989, Gilles Porte became an assistant cameraman on the films of Jacques Audiard, Marcel Carné, Raoul Ruiz and Costa-Gavras and cinematographer on films of Abbas Fahdel, John Lvoff, Christian Philibert, Xavier Durringer, and others. In 2003 he co-directed with Yolande Moreau his first feature film, Quand la mer monte..., for which they received the 2005 César for best first film and for Best Actress.
He is a member of société des auteurs et compositeurs dramatiques (SACD), of société des auteurs, compositeurs et éditeurs de musique (SACEM) and of l'association française des cinémas d'art et d'essai (AFCAE).
Contes à rebours (9´, France, 1991)
Quand la mer monte... - together with Yolande Moreau (90´, France, 2004)
Dessine-toi/ Draw Yourself (70´, France, 2010)
Christine (8´, France, 2011)
The Bag of Flour (Belgium, 2012)
Tour de Fource (98', France, 2013)