Andrea Boccadoro is an award-winning composer for film, TV and video games based in London, UK. He recently composed the original score for the feature film Violation by directors Madeleine Sims-Fewer & Dusty Mancinelli, screened at Sundance 2021 and TIFF 2020, and nominated for 5 Canadian Screen Awards. In 2021, he composed music for the feature film Il Legionario by Hleb Papou, and the Fremantle documentary series Veleno: The Town of Lost Children, produced by Ettore Paternò and directed by Hugo Berkeley. Previously, Andrea was an orchestrator on Matteo Garrone's Pinocchio, working with Oscar winning composer Dario Marianelli. In 2019, his score for the video game Astrologaster received several game award nominations, and was featured on the BBC Radio 3 programme 'Sound of Gaming'.
Andrea's scores have been awarded internationally by film music juries and at film festivals, his themes being defined tasteful, technically effective and emotionally intense. In 2019, he received the Prix Cinezik for the original music of Scaramouche Scaramouche (dir. Arthur Môlard) at the 20th Aubagne International Film Festival. In the same year, he was also awarded the Universal Music Publishing Award at the 14th Cortinametraggio film festival, for the music of L'Interprete by Hleb Papou. In 2015, he received a Jerry Goldsmith Award for his composition Song for Adele.
Andrea is an alumnus of The Royal College of Music, Berlinale Talents and The Hospital Club Emerging Creatives Programme, and he is represented by Air-Edel Associates.