Directed the science fiction film "Babylon A.D.," based on the novel Babylon Babies by Maurice Georges Dantec
Portrayed a conflicted Belgian explosives expert in Steven Spielberg's controversial film "Munich"
Played one of the lead roles in Costa-Gavras' "Amen"
Directed Halle Berry in the psychological thriller, "Gothika"
Starred in the Costa-Gavras directed film "Eyewitness"
Co-starred with Nicole Kidman in "Birthday Girl"; screened at Venice and Toronto (released theatrically in 2002)
Cast in the role of Nino Quincampoix in Jean-Pierre Jeunet's critically-acclaimed French film "Amélie"
Directed "Les Rivières Pourpres," a police detective thriller starring Jean Reno and Vincent Cassel
With Luc Besson and Jan Kounen, established 1B2K, a production company with offices in Paris and Los Angeles
Appeared in "Jakob the Liar"; directed by his father, Peter Kassovitz
Had featured role in Luc Besson's "The Fifth Element"
Breakthrough feature as writer/director, the controversial french film, "La Haine"
Acted opposite Jean-Louis Trintignant in "Regarde les hommes tomber"
Feature directorial debut "Metisse/Cafe au Lait"; also acted in the film
Helmed third short, "Assassins"; also appeared in film
Directed the short "Cauchemar blanc"
First short film, "Fierrot le Pou"
Was the second assistant director to Paul Boujnah on "Moitie-Moitie"
Feature film debut, "Au bout du bout du banc"; co-starring Jane Birkin and directed by his father, Peter Kassovitz
When asked if it is hard for him to play a romantic lead? "Yes. It's difficult for me because that's not really in my nature. It's hard for me to be a romantic on camera without giving the impression that I'm a bit of a jerk, you know." - from an interview with Matthieu Kassovitz by Stuart Jeffries in The Guardian, Aug. 6, 2001