OPET, which has been protecting the history of the region with its "Respect for History Project" it has carried out in Çanakkale Gallipoli Peninsula for 13 years, turned Tevfikiye Village into the Archaeo-village last year for 2018, the Year of Troy. This change became the subject of the documentary 'Anlat Troya' with the narrative of the Last Trojans living in the village. 'Anlat Troya' will be screened on July 19 at 9:30 p.m. with its premiere on beIN İZ HD at Digiturk channel 18 and will meet with the audience at the website www.anlattroya.com on the same evening.
OPET, which has made a great change with the "Respect for History Project" carried out in Çanakkale Gallipoli Peninsula since 2006, turned Tevfikiye Village in Troy region into the Archaeo-village last year for the "International Year of Troy". Tevfikiye was the land of the Last Trojans, with the Trojan stones unearthed and the inhabitants of the village worked in archaeological excavations for years. Tevfikiye Village was turned into an open-air museum with physical change in the village square, sculptures placed, improvements in the houses, special trainings for the needs of the villagers and a common consciousness. The quality of social life in Tevfikiye Arkeo-village, which is visited by about 2000 people a month during the visits to Troy, where organic vegetables and fruits, souvenirs were purchased, was also improved. All these activities carried out by OPET, which supported the internationally initiated culture and tourism move in order to introduce Troy, the ancient value of Anatolia, to the world, became a documentary with the joyous narrative of the Last Trojans who lived the story in reality.
The legendary city of Troy, Çanakkale Tevfikiye Village built with the stones of Troy after thousands of years and the story of the Last Trojans are all at 'Anlat Troya'... In the documentary, the Last Trojans living in the village told the legend of Troy, the history of Tevfikiye Village and today's great change thanks to OPET in their own wording. In addition to the stories of those who have experienced change, Homer's Iliad was animated with animatic narratives. The documentary was made interactive at the address Anlattroya.com İlker Canikligil and Öncü Doğu Gürsoy directed the documentary which was shot for 1 year. The documentary received consultancy from the Troy Site Director Prof. Dr. Rüstem Arslan and Asst. Prof. Dr. Seyhan Boztepe.
Now, how about listening to the legend of Troy from the Last Trojans? 'Anlat Troya', the story of Troy and the Last Trojans will be screened on Friday, July 19 at 9:30 p.m. with its premiere on beIN İZ HD at Digiturk channel 18. It will meet with the audience at the website www.anlattroya.com on the same evening. The documentary, which will be screened again on Sunday, July 28 at 10:15 p.m. on beIN İZ HD, can be watched via the beIN CONNECT platform, documentary category until the end of the year.