His career began in 2011 with a large-scale project. Yassine was able to play the role of Nabil in the American film « The Expatriate » with the famous actor Aaron Eckart.
From then , he has continued his projects in the cinema. Traveling around the world and performing roles as enriching for him as the audience. His greatest pride will undoubtedly remain his interpretation of Hicham in Fabianny Deschamps feature film ISOLA.
2016 – France
DAI, a young Chinese fugitive (Yilin Yang), living in a cave on an unidentified Italian island, searches her husband, victim of a shipwreck. When a young man (Yassine Fadel) wash up at the beach, she convinces herself at the cost of becoming mad, he must be her lost husband.
Award Best Film in International Festival of Cinema and Migration Agadir
Genre: Drama – 93 minutes
Lead Role : Hicham
Director : Fabianny Deschamps
Synopsis : An ex-CIA agent and his estranged daughter are forced on the run when his employers erase all records of his existence, and mark them both for termination as part of a wide-reaching international conspiracy
Genre: Action/Thriller – 100 minutes
With Aaron Eckhart
Role : Nabil
Director : Philipp Stölzl
Synopsis : A serious accident occurs on board the Diego Star, a dilapidated Russian cargo ship. Traore, a mechanic from the Ivory Coast, is unfairly blamed for it. The ship is towed to the nearest shipyard for repairs. In the interim, crew members find shelter with the inhabitants of the small local village. Far from everyone he loves and knows, Traore is engulfed by the Quebec winter.
Genre: Drama – 91 minutes
With Issaka Sawadogo
Role : Timo
Director : Frédérick Pelletier
Kidnapping Freddy Heineken
Synopsis : The inside story of the planning, execution, rousing aftermath, and ultimate downfall of the kidnappers of beer tycoon Alfred « Freddy » Heineken in 1983, which resulted in the largest ransom ever paid for an individual.
Genre: Thriller – 95 minutes
With Oscar Winner Anthony Hopkins
Role : Taxi Driver
Director : Daniel Alfredson
Le Chant des Hommes
Synopsis :Their names are Moktar, Najat, Joseph, Gernaz, Duraid, Hayder, Kader, Esma… They fled Syria, Iraq, Iran, Congo, Morocco and Niger… Together, they occupy a church. They will risk their lives for asylum. Days of countdown begin; a test of strength in itself. Inside, Kader has assumed the role of leader, but, mysteriously, sometimes he is missing. Day by day, devotedly, Esma cares for this community. Exhaustion increases; tensions rise. But bonds are forged and strengthened. Between betrayal and brotherhood, the group will have to put itself to the test, and face up to the challenge.
Genre: Drama – 95 minutes
1 Nomination In Magritte Award
Role : Kader’s Brother
Director : Bénédicte Liénard et Mary Jimenez
Ustica : The Missing Paper
Synopsis :On June 27th 1980 a DC9 belonging to the private Italian airline ITAVIA disappears from the radar screens without launching any emergency signal and crashes between the islands of Ponza and Ustica. Eightyone persons died. The hypotheses on the disappearance of the DC9 are three: structural failure, a bomb in the rear toilet of the plane, or an air-to-air missile which struck the civil aircraft by mistake during a battle between unidentified military fighters.
Genre: Drama/Historic – 106 minutes
With Magritte Winner Lubna Azabal
Role : Fadhal Al Khalil
Director : Renzo Martinelli
Synopsis :Odette is a 8-year-old girl who loves to dance and draw. Once she has become an adult, Odette realizes she was abused, and immerses herself body and soul in her career as a dancer while trying to deal with her past.
Genre: Drama – 103 minutes
Winner Cesar of Best Adaptation in 2019
Role : Abdel
Director : Andrea Bescond et Eric Métayer