Dirk Ohm – Illusjonisten Som Forsvant
Dirk Ohm – The Disappearing Illusionist
Bobbie Peers (b. 1974) made his mark on Norwegian film history in 2006, when he won a Palme d’Or for his short film Sniffer, which he both wrote and directed. Since then and after graduating London International Film School, Peers has been active as a screenwriter and director for television, short films and numerous commercials. In 2015 Peers’ debut feature film Dirk Ohm – The Disappearing Illusionist hit the cinemas.
In 2015 the multi-talented Peer also made his debut as a children’s books author. William Wenton and the Luridium Thief, is his first book in a forthcoming series featuring the code breaking whizz William, which has charmed critics and readers alike.
|Palme d'Or, Cannes Film Festival (Best Short Film) France – Sniffer||2006|
|Cannes Film Festival (Norman McLaren Award) France – Sniffer||2006|
|Norwegian Short Film Festival (Prix UIP Grimstad) Norway – Sniffer||2006|
|Nominated for the European Film Awards (Best European Short Film) – Sniffer||2006|
|Nominated for The Amanda Awards (Best Short Film) Norway – Sniffer||2006|
|Dirk Ohm – Illusjonisten Som Forsvant Dirk Ohm – The Disappearing Illusionist|
|Grønnsakshagen Veggie Land|
|Folk Som Faller People Who Fall|
|Krokketmatchen The Croquet Match|
|Down Under Down Under|
This January the official Norwegian bestseller list for children’s books features both the Detective Agency No. 2 and William Wenton series. The tenth installment in Jørn Lier Horst & Hans Jørgen Sandnes’ Detective Agency No. 2, Operation Ghost, comes in at No. 2, and Bobbie Peers’ William Wenton and the Cryptoportal at No. 5.