A History of You Film Screening and Dinner Soirée

Join us for a special dinner soirée featuring an exclusive screening of the short-film, A History of You, accompanied by a three-course seated dinner by Wolfgang Puck, specialty cocktails crafted with ROXOR Gin, and live music with famed guitarist, Chris Dixie Darley of Father John Misty’s band.

All proceeds benefit the Aging Mind Foundation which raises money to fund scientific research that seeks the cause of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.


Wednesday, September 25, 2019
7:00 pm


Upscale Adorable


Museum Tower
1918 Olive Street
Dallas, TX 75201
Complimentary Valet


Reserved: $500
Premium: $1,000
  • You’ll be recognized as a sponsor and named in the program
Director’s Table: $2,500
  • You’ll be a guest at the director’s table and enjoy dinner with the film creators
  • You’ll be recognized as a sponsor and named in the program

Purchase Tickets


A History of You is a powerful story that chronicles the personal accounts of a young man’s complicated relationship with his late grandfather who battled Alzheimer’s disease. Writer and director Noah Todd from Chapman University, will offer a glimpse into his personal experiences with Alzheimer’s disease and the inspiration behind his extraordinary vision and execution of the film.


Sip specialty cocktails, hand crafted with artisan spirit, ROXOR Gin, graciously provided by Ann and Don Short. The open cocktail bar will offer a variety of spirits and mixers available throughout the evening.


Enjoy world-class cuisine by Wolfgang Puck, beautifully prepared for an intimate, three-course seated dinner, courtesy of Gretchen and Randy Kendrick. The dining experience includes Boisset Wines donated by Jennifer Jorgensen and Geoff Telfer.


Chris Dixie Darley, best known for his storied career as lead guitarist for Indie-rocker Father John Misty, will perform alongside a talented group of local artists. The musicians will showcase an impressive set list filled with original songs and covers during this private, one-of-a-kind concert.

About the Film

Undergraduate students Noah Todd, Austin Olivia Kendrick, and their talented cohorts created this short film at the prestigious Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, Chapman University in California. The short film has been nominated for an ASC Richard H. Kline Student Heritage Award for Excellence in Cinematography and submitted to The National Film Festival for Talented Youth in Seattle and the Westfield International Film Festival in New Jersey. This event’s exclusive screening will be the film’s first showcase as a feature presentation.

Special Thanks
A very special thank you to our event hosts, Gretchen and Randy Kendrick for generously underwriting the evening’s affair.