In 1966, James Ferman directed Amerika for the BBC series Theatre 625.[12]

Zbyněk Brynych directed the 1969 film Amerika oder der Verschollene for the German TV station ZDF.[13]

The novel was adapted for the screen as the film Klassenverhältnisse (Class Relations) by Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet in 1984.

Federico Fellini’s Intervista revolves around the fictional filming of this novel’s adaptation.

The novel was made into a movie called Amerika in 1994 by Czech director Vladimír Michálek.[14]

In 2004, a version adapted for the stage by Ip Wischin and directed by Tino Geirun, toured the USA.[15]

German artist Martin Kippenberger attempted to conclude the story in his installation The Happy Ending of Franz Kafka's "Amerika".

In 2012, the Tête à Tête opera company performed Samuel Bordoli's adaptation, the chamber opera Amerika.[16]

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