In terms of film festivals, it has already featured in almost 60 selections in leading international events (since its world premiere at Cannes in Official Competition), among which TIFF, the BFI London Film Festival, Morelia, Moscow, Vancouver, Taipei Golden Horse, Mar del Plata, Singapore, and Pune, and will soon tour the Instituts Français in Asia. Robin Campillo personally traveled to twenty festivals to present his film. In the coming weeks, he will also go to Norway, London, and Italy.
Apart from its four Cannes awards, including the Grand Prix, BPM (Beats Per Minute) has received awards at the Seoul, Goa, Chicago, and San Sebastian film festivals.
Robin Campillo's film garnered six Césars (Best Film, Best Male Newcomer, Best Supporting Actor, Best Original Screenplay, Best Editing, and Best Original Score). And a few days earlier, on February 26, the film's producers Marie Ange Luciani and Hugues Charbonneau, founders of Les Films de Pierre, received the Daniel Toscan du Plantier Award, which since 2008 has been given to a producer who has marked the cinematographic year.