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Gift Certificates may also be purchased at the box office (any time the theater is open) or by phone, 301.495.6720 (Monday–Friday during normal business hours).
Give the gift of movies to all the film fans in your life this holiday season — or any time! AFI Silver Gift Certificates are the perfect gift solution for the person who has everything. Who couldn't use a night out at the movies? Gift certificates never expire, so there's no rush — come visit for a memorable night of the best in independent and classic cinema at your convenience. See you at the movies!
AFI Silver Gift Certificates are available in $25 denominations. Buying one will cover the cost of two adult tickets. To cover the cost of multiple admissions PLUS any candy, fresh hot popcorn and ice cold drinks you may wish to enjoy from our concession stand and our unique lobby café, it is recommended you purchase multiple gift certificates.
Adult general admission: $12.00
Student/senior admission: $10.00
Child admission: $7.00
AFI Silver Gift Certificates function just like cash. They may be applied toward the purchase of any items sold at the AFI Silver Theatre, with the exception of alcoholic beverages. Gift certificates cannot be spent/redeemed online. AFI Silver Gift Certificates never expire; they may be redeemed at any time. AFI Silver Gift Certificates are non-refundable.
Each gift package comes in an AFI Silver gift bag and includes a $25 Gift Certificate, plus vouchers for popcorn and soda. Purchase online, by phone (same as Gift Certificates, above) or at the box office.
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA soundtrack (2-CD set) + $25 Gift Certificate + popcorn & soda vouchers
World premiere recording of the complete score by the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Nic Raine. Maurice Jarre's sweeping, sun-scorched score for LAWRENCE OF ARABIA finally gets a complete release half a century after the epic film's original release in 1962.
STONES IN EXILE (DVD) + $25 Gift Certificate + popcorn & soda vouchers
In the spring of 1971 the Rolling Stones departed the UK to take up residence in France as tax exiles. Keith Richards settled at a villa in Villefranche-sur-Mer and this became the venue for the recording of much of the band's masterpiece, "Exile On Main Street." STONES IN EXILE tells the story in the band's own words.