“Doomed,” An Electrifying World War II Era Short Film, Now On Kickstarter

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“Doomed,” An Electrifying World War II Era Short Film, Now On Kickstarter

Now seeking community support via Kickstarter, “Doomed” follows the adventures of an American soldier who stumbles across an unusual bounty poster behind enemy lines.

Inspired by a famous “horror” tale dating back to the nineteenth century, “Doomed,” a short film set in the late stages of World War II, follows an American soldier fighting deep behind German lines. Fighting to survive against incoming German forces, this American soldier stumbles across an unusual bounty poster that sends him further into the unknown and on an exciting, captivating search for a terrific truth.

The 30-minute short film, described as both mysterious and action packed, keeps viewers on the edges of their seats till the dark epilogue. Independently produced and published, “Doomed” features high-quality cinematography and talented cast that captures the imaginations of viewers (even with its very little budget)

Funding from this Kickstarter campaign will be used to support final production efforts for the film, including professional coloring, music track, subtitles, and promotional materials. “Doomed,” a short film, is expected to be released in early June 2020.

The Kickstarter campaign is located on the web at:


Supporters around the world can support “Doomed” by making generous pledges and contributions via Kickstarter. Pledges start at as little as €1. But for a pledge of €5 or more, unlock other rewards as a token of your support, including featured promotional materials, credit mentions, and Blu-ray copies of the short film. Some rewards are limited, so do act fast. More information is available on the Kickstarter campaign page.


Written and directed by James MaDDox of KINGofMONKEYS Prod., “Doomed” combines a love for storytelling, horror, and the cinematic arts to tell an electrifying tale of an American soldier trapped deep behind German lines during the late stages of World War II.

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Company Name: KING of MONKEYS Production
Contact Person: James Maddox
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City: Bologna
Country: Italy
Website: http://kck.st/2SAdOE0