"Portraying scientists, especially ones with the iconic value of an Einstein or a Curie, requires a balancing act of biography, culture, and, most importantly, science. In Humanity Needs Dreamers, Susan Marie Frontczak manages to merge all these elements so seamlessly that you get into the head of this remarkable Polish immigrant in France who loved and advanced science while getting a sense of what drove her and what she accomplished. I wasn't sure in advance I'd enjoy 45 minutes listening to a single character only to find myself mesmerized the entire time.
Humanity Needs Dreamers: A Visit With Marie Curie is everything a science film should be.”
- Lisa Randall, Frank B. Baird, Jr. Professor of Science, Harvard University