Ross Dinerstein is a film and tv producer based in Los Angeles. He is currently the CEO and founder of CAMPFIRE. Campfire is a premium production company known for its broad bench of content across scripted and unscripted, for both feature film and TV/streaming platforms. Part of Wheelhouse Entertainment, Campfire’s projects include Hulu’s upcoming WEWORK: OR THE MAKING AND BREAKING OF A $47 BILLION UNICORN feature documentary (produced alongside Forbes Entertainment and Olive Hill Media); HBO Max’s Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults; FX’s first ever docuseries The Most Dangerous Animal of All; Netflix’s true-crime documentary series John Grisham’s The Innocent Man (which contributed to a federal judge overturning in 2019 the wrongful conviction of subject Karl Fontenot after 36 years behind bars); and Netflix’s Emmy-nominated, scripted series Special (currently in production on Season 2). Campfire has also partnered with Blumhouse TV on upcoming scripted and unscripted projects based around the Detroit Youth Choir (“AGT” runners-up). Among Campfire’s scripted features are RATTLESNAKE; thriller 1922, based on the Stephen King novella; and comedy THE PACKAGE all for Netflix – as well as IFC’s cult horror movie THE PACT. Over the last 15 years, Dinerstein has produced or executive produced 40+ series and films, including debuts at Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca and TIFF. His credits also include feature documentaries JIRO DREAMS OF SUSHI and SILICON COWBOYS. His most recent project, A GLITCH IN THE MATRIX, will be having its world premiere at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival.