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AFI Silver is a non-profit theatre showcasing the best in new independent & foreign film, plus classic repertory programming.
AFI serves booze! If you lack any integrity you can now get wasted and be even more annoying as you run your mouth during a movie. Stay classy Silver Spring.
Don't have the popcorn. It's the saddest thing ever.
A great selection of independent, foreign & classic films. Really inexpensive snacks and a wide selection of alcoholic drinks.
If you get a chance to see a film in Theater 1, take it!
Get the beers and popcorn
The beer & wine selection is surprisingly good.
Grab a beer!
12 years a Slave, 5 stars! (don't forget the tissues)
Great and easy venue to work with....
A great place to catch a classic film. The original Silver Theatre is an art deco masterpiece designed and constructed by John Eberson in 1938 and renovated in 2003. Student tickets are $9.
Don't miss seeing a movie here with a good beer & really good popcorn! It's the only theater popcorn I'll eat.
Great theater, awesome audio and picture.
Hot dogs are supposedly Nathan's which made me excited... only to find out they're microwaved. :( Nice place for a movie though!
Have a Stout, and a pretzel , and enjoy the movie.
Awesome place with lots of old people who smell nice.
Huge, ornate theater with tons of room at the seats, great movies. Go see an indie flick and grab a beer.
Make plans to view the screenings of the 48 Hour Film Project each year, a competition for do-it-yourself filmmakers.
DC C'bean Filmfest from 6/1 to 6/4, 2012. Bonus: the dessert reception in honor of the 50th Independence anniversaries of Jamaica AND Trinidad and Tobago (big year!) after "Fire in Babylon," Friday!
Bid on movie passes from AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center and support local Girl Scouts! Online auction begins April 4. http://bit.ly/DWAuction2012
The original theater (Theater 1) is the greatest place to see a film in the DC area.
Take a good look at the theater, it's beautiful.
Awesome place for awesome movies.
The original Silver Theatre was designed by John Eberson and constructed in 1938. Restoration and expansion were completed in 2003.
There's beer at the concessions here- sit in the way back for the most comfort...
Thinking Sundance, not sequels? AFI Silver's your best bet. A real learning experience. And DC Caribbean FilmFest has been hosted here for the past few years - during Caribbean Heritage Month in June.
If you prefer Bergman over blockbusters, this is the place for you. With a variety of festivals, classic film retrospectives, and innovative educational programming, it’s one of our favorite big scree
Check out some of the 80s movies during their popular summer series.
gonna watch a movie?!
Like most other theaters, concessions is way overpriced. At $1.75 + $4 a cup of tea and small popcorn is the cheapest "meal deal" and satisfies my need to accompany movie viewing w. noshing.
Out of consideration for the dozens of people in line, please don't gather just outside the theater door to loudly discuss the ending of the movie.
Try the coffee!
THE place to see documentaries. Here to "Mine" about the misplaced pets after Hurricane Katrina.
Went to "The Young Victoria" with friends. Good take on Queen Victoria.
Why not have a beer with your movie?
become an AFI member and get discounts all year