Recent films include the twice nominated ‘Hunt for Tony Blair’ (2011) (BAFTA and British Comedy Award) and ‘Five Go To Rehab ’. (2012) 

Peter Richardson’s first feature film was ‘The Supergrass’ (1985) which was a hit in the UK. Richardson followed this up with the 1987 film ‘Eat the Rich’, written by himself and Pete Richens, about a gay waiter at an exclusive restaurant called Bastard's, who stages a rebellion against the government. Vincent Canby in the New York Times drew comparisons to "an upscale John Waters satire".

In 1991 Richardson co-wrote and directed ‘The Pope Must Die(t)’ starring Robbie Coltrane and Adrian Edmondson along with Herbert Lom and Paul Bartel.

In 2004 Richardson returned to the big screen, directing Christian Slater and Neve Campbell in ‘Churchill: The Hollywood Years’. It also featured Anthony Sher, Miranda Richardson and a host of British comedy talent including Harry Enfield, Leslie Phillips, Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, Rik Mayall and Mackenzie Crook (the Office).

The same year Richardson released a movie version of his popular television series Stella Street. ‘Stella Street,’ screened at the US Comedy Arts Film Festival in Aspen and took best Acting Awards for the film’s stars and co-writers John Sessions and Phil Cornwell. Described by the Observer as a “masterpiece”.

The Hunt for Tony Blair

The Comic Strip team return for a special 50s-style 'fugitive' film noir spoof. Click for more details and video trailer...

Churchill : The Hollywood Years

A new twist on Britain’s finest hour becomes Hollywood’s greatest story...more details and trailer video

The Pope Must Die

A less-than-qualified and far-from-perfect priest is mistakenly named the new pope...more details and trailer video

Eddie Izzard: Glorious

Dextrous cats, jam and people called Jeff: more superbly surreal stand up from Eddie Izzard....more details and trailer video

Eat The Rich

In this second feature from the Comic Strip team...more details and trailer video

Four Men in a Plane

Four salesmen share a flight from hell on their way to a conference....more details and trailer video

Five Go to Rehab

Thirty years after the Comic Strip arrived on our screens with their famous Enid Blyton spoof...more details and trailer video

The Strike

A young and innocent man from the Welsh Valleys pens a script about the miners' strike....more details and trailer video

Stars Over Stella Street

In an effort to escape the pressures of stardom, some of the world's most famous celebrities move to a nondescript Stella Street...more details and trailer video