Welcome to Bearjig films. You need to have high speed Internet and Windows
media player installed  on your computer in order to be able to view my films.

These are my private films; they are not professionally produced.  
I am sharing them with you hoping that you will be impressed by
them, a little, and appreciate my imagination, raw talent, and hard work.
As a result, I am hopeful that you will support me by ordering my
self-published novel "The Intrepid Pigeon."  

The following short films are worthless compared to the content of my novel "The
Intrepid Pigeon."  The stories in "The Intrepid Pigeon" are written with passion and
attention to detail;  the stories will undoubtedly entertain you beyond your
expectations. As you read the lines of my novel, you will find yourself standing next
to me during my tribulations: You will laugh when I laugh, and you will cry when I
cry.  Laugh or cry, you will be entertained by "The Intrepid Pigeon."

So, if you have not purchased "The Intrepid Pigeon" yet, please go to
my home page and order your copy.
A shadow Between Wildflowers (5:00 minutes)
Created by: Berge Wassilian
The subtitles in the movie below are actually the conclusion text of my novel
"The Intrepid Pigeon."

Please order my book "The Intrepid Pigeon," read it, and then submit your
comment.
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Click here to view the Bearjig Enterprises re-opening process
documentary and other films on the next page.
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Dear visitor. This web site was created primarily to promote my self-published novel "The
Intrepid Pigeon" and my music CD "Bittersweet Dreams" If you came to this page directly from
the Internet, I urge you to visit my home page first. Thanks
Watch more of my short movies, some of which are self-promotional,
by clicking  on the links below.
there are videos on this page; if you are using Windows 8 or
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