The Death Star Trilogy is a series of three Star Wars brickfilms by Philip Heinrich. It takes place shortly after Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, and depicts what caused the construction of the first Death Star to take 20 years, in contrast to the second Death Star which only took a couple of years.
Films[edit | edit source]
Star Wars: Station Tribulations (2006)[edit | edit source]
Star Wars: A New Deficit (2007)[edit | edit source]
Star Wars: An Ill-Made Weapon (2007)[edit | edit source]
Released on June 7, 2007. With construction of the Death Star resumed, Grand Moff Tarkin has arrived to oversee the testing of the superlaser, and a new set of issues arise. This film was nominated for Best Screenplay in the 2007 BAFAs.
Other[edit | edit source]
- At the end of Star Wars: Clone Trooper Down, Heinrich's entry to the LEGO Star Wars Movie Making Contest, Darth Vader and the imperial officer appear in a manner akin to the Death Star Trilogy films.
- The 2007 film Vader's Revenge by Arend Hintze is created in a similar style to the Death Star Trilogy films, and includes Philip Heinrich reprising his roles as Darth Vader and an imperial officer. This film was created by Hintze to vent frustrations surrounding the LEGO Star Wars Movie Making Contest.