Beaton Films
The Beaton Films logo
The Beaton Films logo
Also known as
Beaton Productions
Years active
2013 - Present
Nationality US flag.png American
Website
Notable works

Beaton Films is an American filmmaking group.[1] Its main members are brothers Eric and Kyle Beaton.[2] In brickfilming, they are known for the Star Wars brickfilms Hunted and Order 66, and they also created the stop-motion animation in How The LEGO Batman Movie Should Have Ended; an installment in the animated web series How It Should Have Ended.

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Year Title Notes
2014 Hunted
2015 LEGO Star Wars X-Wing Fighter 75032 Animated in 4K
2015 LEGO Star Wars Jedi Interceptor 75038 Animated in 4K
2015 LEGO Star Wars V-Wing Starfighter 75039 Animated in 4K
2015 LEGO Star Wars Battle on Salucami 75037 Animated in 4K
2015 LEGO Star Wars ARC-170 Starfighter 75072 Animated in 4K
2016 Star Wars Republic Gunship
2016 Star Wars Shadow Troopers
2016 Star Wars Geonosis Troopers
2016 Star Wars Republic AV-7 Anti-Vehicle Cannon
2016 Star Wars First Order Snowspeeder Microfighter
2016 Star Wars: Order 66
2017 How The LEGO Batman Movie Should Have Ended Commissioned by How It Should Have Ended
2018 Mackintosh Travels advertisement Commissioned by Mackintosh Travels

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