Five senior execs have joined the ongoing search for a new agency model with the launch of Anomaly, a New York-based shop that bills itself as "an answer to the repeated calls for change in the marketing communications industry." The Anomaly team is made up of former TBWA Worldwide COO Carl Johnson; Wieden + Kennedy alum and freelance creative director Ernest Lupinacci; former Wieden + Kennedy/N.Y. media strategy director Justin Barocas; and Andrew Kibble and Jason DeLand, both formerly of Grey Worldwide's branding division, G2 Worldwide. ... New York production company cYclops and executive producer Federico Fasolino have announced a joint venture known as Foreign-films@cYclops, aimed at representing European directors in the U.S. market. Foreignfilms opens with a roster that includes Belgian director Manu Coeman and Danish directors Stevan Treshow and Jens Mikkelsen. ... DDB/Chicago picked up its third Grand Prize in five years at the Radio Advertising Bureau's Radio-Mercury Awards last month. The win, for the Bud Light radio spot "Mr. Way Too Much Cologne Wearer," follows top showings in 2000 and 2001, also for spots for Anheuser-Busch. ... L.A. music house Stimm?ng and New York's RMI have announced a bicoastal merger that will unite the companies under the Stimm?ng banner. RMI, owned by composer Rober Miller, will be rebranded as RMI Stimmung.