Dschungelkind : A Novel into a Film Adaptation

Yunanfathur Rahman, Maria U. Dewi, Lutfi Saksono
2018 Proceedings of the 2nd Social Sciences, Humanities and Education Conference: Establishing Identities through Language, Culture, and Education (SOSHEC 2018)   unpublished
Transferring or adapting a literature into a film is called an ecranization process. Ecranization is a process of adapting or transforming a novel into a film. Ecranization process creates differences between the novel and the film adaptation. Because the whole stories in the novel cannot be found exactly the same as in the film. These differences appear because of several aspects in ecranization process, which are decreasing, increasing, and variational changing. All events that exist in the
more » ... vel will run into many changes especially in plot. This matter was found also in ecranization of novel Dschugelkind by Sabine Kuegler into Film Dschungelkind by Roland Suso Richter, the object of this research. The plot was selected because it is the most important element in telling the story. In plot, there are two category events: major events (kernels) that cannot be deleted and minor events (satellites) that can be deleted as do not affect the story. This research compares plot in both works and find same events run into elements of decreasing, increasing, and variational changing. In the novel move to the white screen there will also be a process of changing that includes plot, characterization, background, language style, or theme. Especially in the storyline that will cause the change of function. Eneste [2] states that the creative process of ecranization can be the
doi:10.2991/soshec-18.2018.57 fatcat:sdffs6qzrjcmvbcvpumkvnsysu