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New Film Brings Engineering to the Big Screen

The film takes a look into some of the world’s greatest engineering feats, like the steel-framed Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. (Photo: Rich Niewiroski Jr.) 

A new film, Dream Big: Engineering Our World, is bringing today’s greatest engineering marvels to IMAX theaters and science centers across the country. Produced by MacGillivray Freeman Films in partnership with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and presented by Bechtel Corporation, the film celebrates the impact engineering has on shaping our world, with the hope of inspiring the next generation of engineers.

The film takes a look into some of the world’s greatest engineering feats, like the steel-framed Transbay Transit Center and the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The first giant-screen film to focus specifically on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), Dream Big aspires to make engineering accessible to everyone and encourage kids of all backgrounds — especially girls — to get excited about engineering as a means of solving the challenges of the future.

The movie will premiere on February 17, 2017, which will coincide with national Engineers Week. You can view the film’s trailer here. For more information, visit the film’s website at www.dreambigfilm.com


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