Association of Cine-Technicians
The Association of Cine-Technicians (ACT) was formed in England in June 1933.
It later became the Association of Cinematograph Television and allied Technicians (ACTT) in March 1956, two years after the introduction of commercial television. In 1991, it became the Broadcasting Entertainment Cinematograph and Technicians Union (BECTU).
The association's journal, which featured several short articles written by Alfred Hitchcock during the 1930s, was the The Cine-Technician.