Gilles Porte

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Gilles Porte
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Gilles Porte in 2009
Born (1965-05-11) 11 May 1965 (age 53)
Lyon, France
OccupationCinematographer, assistant cameraman, director, screenwriter,
Years active1989–present

Gilles Porte (born 11 May 1965) is a director, screenwriter, cinematographer, and assistant cameraman.

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).

Life and career[edit]

Since 1989, Gilles Porte became an assistant cameraman on the films of Jacques Audiard, Marcel Carné, Raoul Ruiz, Maroun Baghdadi, Patrice Chéreau, Costa-Gavras, and Xavier Durringer, and cinematographer on films of Abbas Fahdel, John Lvoff, Christian Philibert, Xavier Durringer, Olivier Jahan, Pierre Javaux, Jilani Saadi, 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.[1]


Director, screenwriter
Director of photography


  1. ^ Stephen Holden (March 11, 2005). "Bon Voyage With French Cinema". New York Times. Retrieved 5 March 2010.

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