Presentation on theme: "Analysis of the legal conditions that allow the screen adaptation of a novel and the relationship between these two artistic forms Relatore: Prof.ssa Simona."— Presentation transcript:
analysis of the legal conditions that allow the screen adaptation of a novel and the relationship between these two artistic forms Relatore: Prof.ssa Simona Lavagnini Correlatore: Prof.ssa Federica Villa Universit à degli Studi di Pavia Dipartimenti di Scienze Politiche e Sociali, Studi Umanistici, Giurisprudenza, Ingegneria Industriale e dell’Informazione, Scienze Economiche e Aziendali Corso di Laurea Interdipartimentale in Comunicazione, Innovazione e Multimedialit à Sara Astolfi Anno Accademico 2013/2014
...reflections, decisions and indecisions that preceded the staging of the classic Disney “Mary Poppins”...
negotiation processes the entrepreneurial qualities of one of the biggest stars of the entertainment society the possessive attitude of the author in respect of his work the fear that the meaning and the value of own history could be distorted and trivialized because of a screen adaptation
FROM THE LEGAL POINT OF VIEW the act of transferring the right processing of the literary work FROM THE ARTISTIC POINT OF VIEW the relationship between the literary work and the cinematographic work
literary work cinematographic work l. 633/1941, art. 1 “sono protette ai sensi di questa legge le opere dell'ingegno di carattere creativo che appartengono alla letteratura, alla musica, alle arti figurative, all'architettura, al teatro ed alla cinematografia, qualunque ne sia il modo o la forma di espressione”
AUTHOR OF A LITERARY OR ARTISTIC WORK economic rights moral rights to preserve the interests related to the defense of one's personality and reputation to gain a profit from own work the transfer to process it to adapt it to the big screen right to publish and reproduce it to make it available for distribution author of the literary work
transfer the ownership of the right processing author of the literary work to the film producer it will not have to make changes that affecting the original message it will not have to change the perception of the author’s personality
ARTISTIC PRODUCT INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT author of the subject law no. 633/1941 arts. 44 – 45 author of the screenplay author of the music art director film producer allocation of economic rights and personal rights
the author's ambition to keep alive in the time its creation through a screen adaptation... integral and literal correspondence with the literary work new interpretation of the source text total and absolute fidelity a translation, a reworking of a text to adapt it to a different form of expression
verbal language cinematographic language the change of the basic idea of a literary text, from paper to the world of images process of reworking variation and displacement operations synthesis and extension operations condensation and expansion operations NOVELMOVIE
“Alice's Adventures in Wonderland” L. Carrol (1865) “ The Jungle Book” R. Kipling (1883) “The Adventures of Pinocchio” C. Collodi (1881) Cinema, since its origins, has been inspired by literature... “Mary Poppins” P. L. Travers (1934)
“Mary Poppins” P. L. Travers (1934) “Mary Poppins” W. Disney (1964)
FROM THE LEGAL POINT OF VIEW FROM THE ARTISTIC POINT OF VIEW law no. 633/1941 legal autonomy of cinematographic work the screen adaptation as a new interpretation of the source text
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