Sundance 2013 Finds Women Out Front, Oscars Loom (Video)

Steve Pond
The Wrap

Sundance 2013 has brought a slew of women directors making movies but so far there's been no breakout hit that has buyers spending big money.

Wrap editor-in-chief Sharon Waxman and I take a look at this year's indie film festival and discuss the boundaries directors are pushing this year.

We also cast a look forward to this weekend's awards ceremonies -- the Producers Guild and Screen Actors Guild. These Oscar indicators will tell us a lot about the Best Picture and Best Actor races.

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