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Kirk Baxter, Eric Zumbrunnen, Matt Murphy and CL Weaver Launch Exile


LR-exile-staff_label-1536x1024Executive producer CL Weaver and award-winning editors Kirk Baxter, Eric Zumbrunnen and Matt Murphy have joined forces to launch Santa Monica, Calif-based postproduction boutique Exile. Foxcatcher editor Conor O’Neill and editor Paul Kumpata round out the roster.

Their collective credits include feature films (Gone Girl, Foxcatcher, Her, The Social Network, Where the Wild Things Are, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Adaptation, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Being John Malkovich, Moneyball), documentaries (The Big Easy Express, Crossfire Hurricane, Murderball) and a host of spots from brands such as Nike, Apple, GE, Gap, Adidas, Audi, Coca-Cola, Reebok, Calvin Klein, EA and Google.

They have collaborated with such directors as David Fincher, Spike Jonze, Lance Acord, Bennett Miller, Mark Romanek, Nicolai Fulgsig, John Hillcoat, Noam Murro, AG Rojas, The Malloys, Martin De Thurah, and Andreas Nilsson along with top agencies such as BBDO, Wieden+Kennedy, Venables Bell & Partners, 180LA, TBWA\Chiat\Day, Anomaly, Droga5 and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners.

“Our business model is simple,” explained Baxter. “We are a group of editors that love editing. We plan on continuing to offer our best efforts to those we have supported for years, as well as hopefully making a few new friends along the way.”

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Vicon Introduces Mobile Mocap at SIGGRAPH

Motion capture systems developer Vicon is previewing a futuristic new “Mobile Mocap” technology at SIGGRAPH 2011 in Vancouver. Moving mocap out of the lab and into the field, Vicon's Mobile Mocap system taps several new technologies, many years in the making. At the heart of Mobile Mocap is a very small lipstick-sized camera that enables less obtrusive, more accurate facial animation data. The new cameras capture 720p (1280X720) footage at 60 frames per second. In addition, a powerful processing unit synchronizes, stores, and wirelessly transmits the data, all in a tiny wearable design.

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