On Tuesday evening September 25th we held our kick-off meet of our 5th season. The site, a beautiful photography studio in Irvington, NY. over looking the Hudson, hosted some 45 people with many new faces. This meet was a low key networking get together, and like other meets with a networking theme, had no guest speakers or agenda other than for people with an interest in Film to meet one another. Eugene Bellida, Jim Evans and Jon Kaplan provided refreshments. The overhead lights were kept low, and soft music played in the background throughout, presenting a conducive atmosphere for socializing. Among the attendees were feature film director Ethan Wiley, casting director Mary Crescenzo, cinematographer Bill Winters, Ossining's Maureen Redmond, Diane and Larry Karabiac, the latter of whom once again shot our informal stills, Diane Cricchio, the head of Irvington's TimeLine Films, as well as Mercy College's Dean Peter Slater. During the course of the evening we took a few minutes to address the group and talk a bit about the WFG. Announcements were also made regarding the Upstate Independents Film Group as well as the upcoming Putnam Film Festival. Our special thanks to our site host Jerry Errico as well as everyone who made this evening possible. We're happy to report that if you missed this meet, we're already planning our next one; a tour of the TV studio and a demonstration of Apple Computers Final Cut Pro editing software system at WCC (Westchester Community College) scheduled for November. Please e-mail us if you'd like to be put on our e-mailing list for this as well as other events or to have any questions about the group answered. We thank you for your interest in our group. We welcome your interest in The WFG and hope to see you at our next meet.