BFI may refer to:

  • Benefit Fraud Inspectorate, a UK government agency
  • The IATA airport code for Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington
  • British Film Institute, a British charitable organisation
  • Browning-Ferris Industries, an American waste collection company
    • BFI Canada, a non-hazardous solid waste management company in North America.
  • Buckminster Fuller Institute, a US charitable institution dedicated to propagating the ideas of Buckminster Fuller
  • Business Forums International, a British human resources (HR) risk conference and training company
  • Black Father International
  • Big Five Inventory, a survey for measuring the Big Five personality traits
  • Baby Friendly Initiative (UK), the pro-breastfeeding campaign run buy UNICEF UK as part of the global Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative

Other articles related to "bfi":

The Cinema Book
... The Cinema Book is a film studies text book first published by the British Film Institute (BFI) in 1985 as a resource for teachers ... The first edition was based on the BFI Education Department's collection of film clips for use as study guides ... of the last books to be published by BFI Publishing as an integral part of the British Film Institute ...
Browning-Ferris Industries
... BFI was founded in Houston, Texas by a 28-year-old accountant named Tom Fatjo ... BFI was an early competitor to Waste Management, Inc ... BFI and Waste Management both began to buy the locally owned companies and create a national brand ...
Paddy Whannel
... educational work of the British Film Institute (BFI) throughout the 1960s ... Whannel was hired by the BFI in 1957, having taught history, art, social studies and mass media at various London schools for nine years ... this kind of cinema was still neglected by traditional British film criticism (including the BFI’s own Sight and Sound) ...
BFI TV 100
... The BFI TV 100 is a list compiled in 2000 by the British Film Institute (BFI), chosen by a poll of industry professionals, to determine what were the greatest British television programmes of any genre ever to ... Initially, a 'big list' of 650 programmes was drawn up by BFI personnel, and this provisional list was then distributed to a range of television industry professionals in the UK, who were each ...
Browning-Ferris Industries V. Kelco Disposal - Prior History
... Browning-Ferris Industries (BFI) had been the dominant provider of roll-off trash collection services in the Burlington, Vermont market since it entered ... Joseph Kelley was a district manager for BFI until 1980, when he left to found his own company, Kelco Disposal ... over 40% of the roll-off market in that year, BFI began a campaign of predatory pricing, which continued for several months, with the intent of driving Kelco out of the business ...