Moving to become a trainee cameraman with British Transport Films (BTF), Paynter made several shorts, including the acclaimed Snow Drift at Bleath Gill (1955).
What does BTF stand for?
BTF stands for British Transport Films (UK)
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We have 94 other meanings of BTF in our Acronym Attic
- Block Trade Facility
- Blood Transfusion (more commonly seen as BT)
- Blue Torch Fab (off road vehicle fabricators)
- Boiler Tube Failure
- Bois des Trois Frontières (French wood supplier)
- Bon Ton Fashionista (slogan)
- Bons du Trésor à Taux Fixe et à Intérêts Précomptés (French Government Bills)
- Brain Trauma Foundation
- Brass to Face
- Bridge Too Far
- Brothers of True Fragging (Quake 2 gaming clan)
- Brown Trunk Feet (height of palm tree exposed trunk)
- Buffalo Teachers Federation
- Build To Forecast
- Business Task Force (various organizations)
- Buy The Farm (to die or be killed)
- Buy-to-Fly Ratio (aviation industry)
- By the Foot (measurement)
- Salt Lake Skypark (airport code)
- BizTalk Framework 2.0
Samples in periodicals archive:
THE BRITISH TRANSPORT FILMS (Thursday, BBC4, 9pm) A look back at the heyday of the railways 50 years ago.
John Grierson and Humphrey Jennings had made documentaries fashionable; organisations such as British Transport Films and companies such as Shell and BP then provided the money to fund their acolytes.