A documentary that was originally shot in the city and set to be screened at the Cannes Film Festival in May is set to go on the market soon.
Dubbed Jerusalem: The Last City, the film was directed by Israeli filmmaker Marcus Oakdale, and tells the story of a fictional city that was founded as the seat of the Israeli government in 1967.
It is also the setting for a number of popular films including The Matrix, which Oakdale directed.
The documentary was set to open on June 14.
Oakdale is not the only filmmaker to make a movie based on the city.
In January, the Israeli film group Israel Cinematheque released the first installment of its new series, Jerusalem: City of Hope, which follows a group of Jewish settlers and their Arab neighbors as they seek to establish a new state for the city, which they have dubbed “Jerusalem.”
The film is a follow-up to Israel’s 2009 film Jerusalem, which featured an Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
It will be released in English and French on June 15, and the Israeli Film Institute plans to release the film in both Arabic and Hebrew.
Oakdale has not commented on the project, but his name has become synonymous with the city in recent years.
In the past, Oakdale made several movies based on Jerusalem.
In 2006, he made a short documentary on the ancient city called Jerusalem: A City of Prophets.
The film won the Jerusalem Film Festival Prize, and was nominated for several international awards including the Israeli Academy Award for Best Documentary, the Jerusalem Prize, the Tel Aviv Film Festival and the Jerusalem International Film Festival.
Oakville’s films have been nominated for a total of nine Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Foreign Language Film, Best Screenplay and Best Editing for the Jerusalem documentary.
Oakland’s documentary on Jerusalem, called Jerusalem, was nominated in 2009 for best documentary film, director and screenwriter for its use of new technology and the effects of climate change on the Israeli capital.
In 2016, the documentary was nominated by the American Society of Cinematographers and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences for Best Feature Documentary.
Oakley also directed the acclaimed documentary about the 2016 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City.