– Russsia News site RT.com interviews Oliver Stone, who argues that America is "an Orwellian state. It might not be oppressive on the surface, but there is no place to hide. Some part of you is going to end up in the database somewhere.” More with the director as well as well as historian Peter Kuznick here.
– Entertainment Weekly has posted a list of random awards they would like to dole out for movies in 2012, including "Scariest Pregnancy Since 'Rosemary’s Baby'" – a landslide win for Noomi Rapace in "Prometheus." They also include "Best Unintentional Homage to 'Home Alone'" and "Best Song by an Artist in Leather Cowboy Chaps."
– Rodrigo Rubano and Ramiro Longo have released an app to help independent filmmakers keep track of dates, details, and deadlines to market their films at international festivals. Read more about iFilmfest App, which is the first app of its kind, in this interview with Rubano at Digital Journal.
– Yahoo Movies have compiled a list of movies out in theaters January – from "Promised Land," "Gangster Squad," "Movie 43," and "Broken City," just in case you're caught up on December holdovers.
– TV Guide has posted a list of shows to watch out for in 2013 including NBC's "1600 Penn," FX's "The Americans" with Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys, and Cinemax's "Banshee," about an ex-con who imposes his own type of justice in Amish Country, Pennsylvania.
– The Screen Actors Guild mails ballots via postcard on Monday Dec. 31, 2012 to the 100,000 SAG-AFTRA members who are eligible to vote. These postcards will allow them to choose Outstanding Performances of 2012 in five film and eight television categories.
– Dairy of a Screenwriter has posted an interview with Francis Ford Coppola from 1979 for Rolling Stone, in which Coppola talks through the tribulations behind making "Apocalypse Now." To give you a hint of what to expect for this exchange, when the interview asks: "Would you do it all again?" He answers: "I'm tempted to say no. I really think there's a limit to what you ought to give a project you're working on. It's not worth it, it's really not worth it."
– BuzzFeed has posted the "Best Jennifer Lawrence Quotes of 2012." She calls Belize "unBelizeable."
– Deadspin posted a fantastic (and fake) top ten movies of 2012 list including: "Yours, Mine, And Pedro's (But Not Stan's)," "There Is A Dog Here," and "Bring The Thunder, Sing The Rain, Rock The Boat Or Die, Mi Tio." Read their full list here.