Known for his comedy films, fast camera and dark sense of humor which reflect the Mexican way of life. Portes was born in Mexico City, began drawing storyboards while studying film school. Born in Mexico City. His 1st feature film: "Conozca la Cabeza de Juan Pérez" (a horror comedy about a lowlife Magician who steals a Cursed Guillotine) wins the Opera Prima Award and Best Actress Award at Guadalajara's Film Fest in 2008. In 2010 the film wins 4 Ariel Awards from the Mexican Film Academy including Best Supporting Actor, Wardrobe Design and Visual Effects. Read more... Christmas Horror-Comedy of Police Agents vs. Exorcists, opens at 2th Place at the Mexican Box Office, holding into the Top10 for 6 weeks with the winter blockbusters and remaining for 11 weeks overall with a million tickets sold. In 2012 the "Pastorela" wins 7 Mexican Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor, Wardrobe Design, Makeup Design and Visual Effects. His 3th film as director and screenwriter, a gun for hire, was a film parody about Mexican Cinema called "El Crimen del Cacaro Gumaro" the film was was the debut of one of the most beloved mexican comedians, Andrés Bustamante and the seventh-best opening weekend ever for a Mexican film. He's developing a Horror Film and a Mockumentary.