The library is also home to the Welsh Literature Archive and the National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales.
What does NSSAW stand for?
NSSAW stands for National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The film was restored by Ifor Ap Glyn and the National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales, and he will introduce the screening and explain the process of restoring it.
The National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales is home to a comprehensive archive and is located at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth.
They are now kept at the National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales.
The Life Story of David Lloyd George' (1918) will be released by the National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales next week, allowing people to see the ambitious 152-minute biopic.
The National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales is being launched today at Cardiff Coal Exchange by First Minister Rhodri Morgan.
Simply called Dylan Thomas, this was the first TV documentary to win an Oscar and has not been aired in its entirety for decades, as it now forms part of National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales.
Mitchell and Kenyon's silent black and white film, which lasts for 2 minutes 10 seconds, is now lodged for safe keeping with Aberystwyth's National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales.