How to MLA Cite Movies

How to MLA Cite Movies: You can include MLA citations for movies in your paper by including the following information: the name of the director, the name of the producer, the release date, and the name of the production company.

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How to MLA Cite Movies

To MLA cite a movie, you need the following information:
-The name of the director
-The producer’s name
-The movie’s release year
-The name of the distributor
-The location of the distributor (city and state or country)

You will also need to know the format of the movie – is it a DVD, VHS, online streaming, etc.

To MLA cite a movie in print, you will need to include as much of this information as possible. Here is an example:

Movie title. Dir. Name of director. Prod. Name of producer. Year of release. Distributor, City of distributor, State of distributor. Format.

For example: The Shawshank Redemption. Dir. Frank Darabont. Prod. Niki Marvin. 1994. Columbia Pictures, Burbank, CA. VHS

How to MLA Cite Books

To MLA cite a movie, you’ll need the following information:
-The title of the movie
-The name of the director
-The studio that produced the movie
-The year the movie was released.

You’ll also need to include this information in your Works Cited list at the end of your paper. Here’s how you would format this citation:

Movie Title. Dir. Director Name. Studio, Year Released.

How to MLA Cite Websites

When citing a movie in MLA format, you must include the following:
-The title of the movie
-The director’s name
-The studio or distributor
-The release year

Here is an example of how to MLA cite a movie:

Casablanca. Dir. Michael Curtiz. Perf. Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Warner Bros., 1942.

How to MLA Cite Journals

To MLA cite a journal, you will need the following pieces of information:
-The name of the author
-The title of the article
-The name of the journal
-The volume and issue number
-The date of publication
-The page numbers of the article.

Here is an example:

How to MLA Cite Magazines

How to MLA Cite Magazines
To cite a magazine in MLA format, start with the name of the author and add a period. Next, add the title of the article and put it in quotes. Finally, include the date of publication and the name of the magazine.

How to MLA Cite Newspapers

Citing newspapers in MLA (Modern Language Association) style is a critical skill for any college student. Newspapers are a common source for stories, statistics and opinion pieces. Citing a newspaper in MLA style requires knowledge of both Modern Language Association style and newspaper citation requirements.

How to MLA Cite Interviews

To MLA cite an interview, you’ll need to include the name of the interviewee, the name of the interviewer, the date of the interview, and the publication in which it appeared. You’ll also need to include a DOI number or URL if the interview is available online.

How to MLA Cite Online Sources

When citing online sources, you must include the URL or web address where you found the information. You may also include a brief description of the source if it is helpful for your reader to know more about it. For example:

According to the MLA Style Center, “Citing a film or video found online: Include as much information as possible from the following list:” (MLA Style Center).

-Title of film or video (italicized)
-Director’s name (if available)
-Release date
-Medium of publication (such as web, DVD, or VHS)
-Name and location of distributor (if available)

How to MLA Cite Images

Citing a movie or video from a streaming service (Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, etc.)

Start with the title. If the title is long, you can abbreviate it. Include the name of the director and the producer after the title. Then, list the name of the website, followed by a period. Put the date you accessed the site in Day Month Year format, followed by a period. Lastly, include the URL.

Citing a YouTube video

How to MLA Cite Videos

There are many ways to MLA cite videos, but the most common is to include the director, producer, and title of the film. If you’re citing a particular scene or quote, you’ll also want to include the time code. Here’s an example of how to MLA cite a video:

Director/Producer/Title of Film. Year. distributor, date accessed.

For example:

Avengers: Endgame. Directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo, performance by Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, and Mark Ruffalo, Marvel Studios, 2019.

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