As you might expect, Los Angeles topped the list. But that’s just the city. When we included the entire metropolitan area (technically speaking, the 20 principal cities of the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area), LA outpaces #2 city San Francisco three to one. That said, there’s a surprising amount of diversity in the data. When we look at the top countries, the US comes in first, followed by Germany, the UK, France, and Spain. With filmmaking happening in so many places, we’re proud to have Dropbox connecting the directors, producers, and everyone else involved. And it’s in that spirit that we’re heading to Sundance this week to celebrate the amazing things filmmakers are creating with the help of Dropbox. If you’re planning on being there, be sure to stop by and say hi. We’ll be hosting a panel series at the Chase Sapphire on Main space on January 22, 25, and 26 from noon to 1:00 pm. At these panels, we’ll explore filmmakers’ journeys to Sundance, to celebrate the best—and worst—parts of the creative process, and champion indie filmmaking from unique vantage points. We hope to see you there. Can’t make it? Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for more behind the scenes from Sundance. And be sure to check out our panel with filmmakers Kevin Macdonald and Matthew Heineman live on Periscope Friday, January 22 at 11:00 am PT/2:00 pm ET. 1Anonymized, aggregated data from Dropbox usage between January and December of 2015, with location determined by IP address. File types included native formats for programs including Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, Avid, After Effects, and Final Draft, as well as professional-grade video formats like MXF, ArriRaw, and CinemaDNG.