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The British Silent Film Festival

View & Listen - Posted 12-04-2010

Three of our Jerry The Troublesome Tyke 35mm prints are being projected at The 13th British Silent Film Festival, held at Leicester this coming Friday. The theme of this year’s 4-day festival is exploration, science and nature. Further information on our Jerry titles can be found by clicking the following; ‘A Very Jerry Expedition‘, ‘Jerry Tracks The Treasure‘ and ‘ Jerry’s Treasure Island’‘.

Mae 13eg Wyl Ffilmiau Mud Prydeinig yn cael ei gynnal o’r 15eg i’r 18fed o Ebrill yn Leicester. Thema y flwyddyn yma yw natur, gwyddoniaeth a teithiau ymchwil. Fel rhan o’r wyl, maent yn taflunio tair print 35mm o gasgliad yr Archif sef  ‘A Very Jerry Expedition‘, ‘Jerry Tracks The Treasure‘ a ‘Jerry’s Treasure Island‘. Cliciwch ar y teitlau ar gyfer darllen ein cofnodion catalog llawn.

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Wrexham Mediatheque

News / View & Listen - Posted 23-03-2010

bfi Mediatheque, Wrexham Library

bfi Mediatheque, Wrexham Library

The bfi Mediatheque at Wrexham library was opened yesterday by Ruth Jones.

The Mediatheque (think along the lines of a giant multi-screened video jukebox) is part of the totally refurbished Wrexham library. NSSAW has worked closely with the bfi and Wrexham library staff to help curate the “Through the Dragon’s Eye” collection. Just over a third of the collection was sourced from NSSAW.

The Mediatheque provides a permanent gateway to a part of our collection, and allows users from around the  UK to gain access to a fine collection of material relating to Wales and the Welsh.

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