All around the world, engineers are pushing the limits of ingenuity and innovation in unexpected, imaginative and amazing ways. Dream Big will take viewers on a journey of discovery from the world’s tallest building to a bridge higher than the clouds and a solar car race across Australia. Along the way the audience will witness how today’s engineers are shaping the world of tomorrow.
Dream Big pairs well with other STEM events at HMNS like Girls Exploring Math and Science. Learn more here.
Here’s what the critics are saying:
“It’s the sort of majestic educational film that every adult will want
their child to see—and, in all likelihood, will want to see themselves.”
“The film is sure to pique grade-schoolers’ interest and encourage research and experimentation. Its what-if mix of physics, imagination and goodwill is an exhilarating conversation starter.”
—Sheri Linden, The Hollywood Reporter
“[An] inspiring IMAX documentary that could cause a spike in engineering school enrollments…[Dream Big is] an uncomplicated look at a complex subject that gets information across without talking down to its predominantly young audience.”
—Linda Barnard, The Toronto Star
“As with most MacGillivray projects, there’s plenty of razzle-dazzle eye candy on display…The result is fast-paced and attention-getting.”
—John Hartle, Seattle Times
“This IMAX documentary does an epic job of inspiring young viewers to realize the importance of engineering to society. Dream Big packs quite a punch and, particularly for girls, is an inspiring example of why we need to invest in STEM education. A+ for Educational Value.”
—Common Sense Media
“We had no idea how creative and fun being an engineer can be! An entertaining, inspiring, informative and fun film. 5 Stars.”
“A 100% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes!”
A MacGillivray Freeman Film in partnership with the American Society of Civil Engineers. Presented by Bechtel Corporation.
Explores scientific and technological accomplishments designed to spark scientific inquiry and creativity.
Closed captioning is available for this film. Please let Museum staff know if you need closed captions.