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Beaton Films
BeatonFilms
The Beaton Films logo
Also known as
Beaton Productions
Years active
2013 - Present
Nationality US flag 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

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

ReferencesEdit

  1. Beaton Films Facebook page
  2. Youtube channel About page
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