The family saves animals: original music for documentary

  • Regia: Paolo Parisotto
  • Produzione: SKYUNO
  • Musica: Cristiano Alberghini - Riccardo Nanni
  • Durata: 10 episodes of 24' each‘
  • Anno: 2014

Il progetto, in breve

Series in ten episodes arriving on Sky Uno from December 13, tells the stories and everyday life of this great family that every day, from dawn to dusk and often even at night, takes care with enthusiasm and devotion of about 300 animals hosted on Mount Adone, a few kilometers from Bologna, on the Tosco Emiliano Apennines in the center born in 1989 as the “Wildlife Recovery Center”.


If you love animals, the docureality coming from December 13, 2014, every Saturday at 18.40 with two episodes, is the series for you. Exciting stories of extraordinary humanity await you. In absolute TV premiere.

Musical name of the documentary of Cristiano Alberghini and Riccardo Nanni

Guarda la prima puntata

La famiglia salva animali – Prima puntata – Sky Uno

The German philosopher Immanuel Kant said that one can know the heart of a man by the way he treats animals: seeing in action the Berti Family, composed by Rudi Berti, Mirca Negrini and their daughter Elisa, who together with dozens of volunteers dedicates their life to the recovery of wildlife and exotic, they have confirmation and in this case the heart is golden.

Here are welcomed exotic animals placed under seizure by the judicial authorities (among others we find lions, tigers and chimpanzees). And there are about 600 native wild animals who are victims of road accidents or in difficulty and who return to freedom after treatment, compatibly with their conditions. With the center, several veterinarians collaborate in the care of animals both in their specialized clinics and on the spot and often also with special methods such as acupuncture or homeopathy.

The dedication of the young volunteers, the great commitment of the Berti Family and the involvement of many people even outside their context, give the viewer moments of great emotion and inspire a feeling of profound admiration for those who have made their lives a real mission at the service of animals.

The most interesting aspect that involved me from the beginning was the ability to write music very different music for situations that change very quickly during each episode. The musical theme song for the documentary has a very funny character that jokingly plays with the main characters: the animals!