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    x0x U.S. STUDENT S MEMORIES MADE INTO DOCUMENTARY PROMOTING TURKEY AA, 26 Sep 00 ADIYAMAN - A documentary titled Travelling to a Surprising Country ,
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      x0x U.S. STUDENT'S MEMORIES MADE INTO DOCUMENTARY PROMOTING TURKEY

      AA, 26 Sep 00

      ADIYAMAN - A documentary titled ''Travelling to a Surprising
      Country'', telling about the experiences of a U.S. student who spent
      her summer holiday in Turkey, is being shot in Turkey's historical
      sites and tourist attractions.

      When completed, the documentary will be broadcast in the United States
      and several other countries.

      Dolly Johnson, a mass communication student at the Indiana University
      spends her one month summer holiday in Turkey. While flying back to
      Chicago, on the plane Dolly starts thinking of her memories in Turkey.

      Parachute jumping from Babadag and flying over Cappadocia in a balloon
      are some of the fine memories Dolly remembers.

      After the schools open, Dolly shows the video tapes she recorded in
      Turkey to her friends. Later, she decides to create a documentary
      using her amateur recordings.

      The shooting of the documentary will take place in Istanbul,
      Gallipoli, Troy, Asos, Ephesus, Marmaris, Fethiye, Antalya, Pamukkale,
      Cappadocia, Nemrut, Sanliurfa, Harran and the Ataturk Dam. The
      shooting in Turkey will last 45 days and there will be ten day of
      shootings in the United States.

      The documentary will be consisted of three parts, each lasting 20
      minutes and it will be broadcast on the TRT and some private tv
      stations beginning of 2001.

      Selcuk Kizilkayak is directing the documentary which features Dolly
      Johnson and Stephan Ican.

      Kizilkayak, during the shootings at the Ataturk Dam, told A.A
      correspondent that the documentary would be a great promotion material
      for Turkey.
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