EKRANISASI DONGENG TISCHLEIN DECK DICH, GOLDESEL UND KNÜPPEL AUS DEM SACK KARYA BRÜDER GRIMM DAN FILM TISCHLEIN DECK DICH KARYA ULRICH KÖNIG

  • Nur Aysah Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Rr. Dyah Woroharsi Parnaningroem Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Abstract

Ekranization is a process of moving, the voyage of a literary work into a film. Fairy tales are one
of the literary works that can be used as objects in the process of ekranization. The process of
moving from fairy tales to films requires a series of processes and requires a lot of consideration,
especially on the intrinsic elements of literary works such as characterization, setting, and plot. In
reality, there are many differences in characterization, setting and plot in the film with the fairy
tale used. Therefore, this study examines the process of ecranization from fairy tales to films. This
research is a qualitative research with descriptive analysis, the source of which is the sentence in
the fairy tale Tischlein Deck Dich, Goldesel und Knüppel aus dem Sack by Brüder Grimm and
written sentences and sentences in screenshots in the film Tischlein Deck Dich by Ulrich König.
This fairy tale is a fairy tale that is well known by the German people and is interesting to research.
This study focuses on identifying the characterizations, settings and plots contained in the fairy
tales and films by using the Nurgiyantoro (1994) theory of characterization, setting and plot.
Meanwhile, Eneste's (1991) ecranization theory was used to identify the ecranization process. The                                                                                results showed that there were 16 data related to characterizations, settings and plots in both films
and fairy tales. There are 7 characterizations data, 5 settings data and 4 plots data. The data from
the fairy tales and the film resulted in 11 ecranization data, with details of 1 reduction, 2 additions
and 2 character variations. 1 reduction, 2 additions and 1 settings variation. And also 2 plot
variations.

Published
2021-07-05
Section
Articles