Andrea Guerra is an Italian composer. He is the son of Andrea Guerra and Tonino Guerra, a screenwriter and poet. Andrea learned music arrangement and composition under the guidance of the well-known EttoreBallotta and determined to have a vocation in music. He shifted to Rome to pursue and began his journey by giving music to documentary movies.
Later, he got opportunities to work with many Italian motion pictures music for film scores and composition. Since the early 2000s, Andrea worked in the Music Industry, and many of his scores earned him honors in several award functions. He became a music arranger, background and composer for many Italian films before he entered Bollywood to spread his magic.
He got the grant for best soundtrack for the movie named Tornado a case by Hal Ashby in Valencia at the film festival in 2001. The motion picture gave him the fame and also gained Grollad’oro grant in the same year for the best composer. His music for the film Le fate Ignoranti byFerzanÖzpetek also got him several honors.
Guerra composed more than 100 melodic scores, working with globally acclaimed movie executives from crosswise over topographies and classifications including Ettore Scola,
Rob Marshall, Giuseppe Bertolucci, Terry George, FerzanOzpetek, Griffin Dunne, Zhang Yuan, and Maneesh Sharma.
In 2016, he gave music to Bollywood film Fan starring
Shah Rukh Khan. Other remarkable and as of late finished ventures included SharatKatari's hit film Dum LagaKeHaisha, Someday This Love Will Be Useful to You by Faenza highlighting the hit single Love is Required, Letters to Juliet by Gary Winick, Extraordinary Measures by Tom Vaughan, the Rob Marshall melodic Nine and many more.
He received the grant in 2007 with a Top Box Office Awarded for his score by the ASCAP to The Pursuit of Happiness. Andrea likewise gained the European Film Award in 2005 for best arranger in Hotel Rwanda. He earned designation for a Golden Globe and for Rwanda's closing tune Million Voices a Grammy Award which Andrea co-composed with writer Jerry Duplessis and Haitian-American musician Wyclef Jean.
Guerra earned the honor of the esteemed David by Donatello for his score to FerzanOzpetek's dramatization The Front Window in 2003. The soundtrack collection has more than 75,000 duplicates to date, procuring a Gold Record Award. Drops of Memory additionally received a Platinum Record grant, and Guerra gained two Italian Music honors, one for top arrangement and another for best composition. He is actively composing scores for some TV motion pictures and smaller than expected ventures, numerous in his Italy.