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AFI Silver Theatre is temporarily closed

In accordance with Governor Hogan’s Executive Order of March 16, AFI Silver Theatre is temporarily closed. As of this date, all scheduled film screenings and events are indefinitely postponed, until further notice.

No end date for this closure has yet been announced. Please check for updates as to our eventual re-opening. You may also check our social media channels: Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


If you need a refund for tickets purchased by credit card, please email Ticket purchases made by cash at our box office will require an in-person refund transaction, after we have re-opened.  

Alternatively, you may elect to exchange any tickets dated for events March 16 or later for credit toward a future screening at AFI Silver.


You may also elect to not redeem a pre-purchased ticket, and instead treat it as a charitable donation to the AFI Silver. As a non-profit organization, we appreciate your support and understanding during this unprecedented time. 

We will share our plans for re-opening once this ordered closure has been lifted, and we look forward to welcoming you back to the theatre!

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