Bobbie Peers (b. 1974) is a Norwegian writer and director who came out of the London International Film
School, in 1999. His 2006 short, Sniffer, won the “Palm d’Or” at the Cannes Film Festival, and went on to
other festivals with great success. After several other acclaimed shorts, his debut feature, Dirk Ohm:
Illusjonisten Som Forsvant [The Disappearing Illusionist], came out in 2015. That same year, Bobbie also
released his first in a series of highly successful fantasy novels. Today, he continues to both write and
direct. To plant a flag is his latest film, and his fourth novel in the series about William Wenton is
expected to reach the stores in 2018.