Title of Film. Directed by Director Name, Production Companies, Date.
Main Contributor*, Role. Title of Video. Directed by Director Name, Production Companies, Date.
*Choose the main contributor based on what your research is focused on.
Boyhood. Directed by Richard Linklater, IFC Productions / Detour Filmproduction, 2015.
Arquette, Patricia, performer. Boyhood. Directed by Richard Linklater, IFC Productions / Detour Filmproduction, 2015.
See pages 147, 250, and 328 in the MLA Handbook.
Creator*. "Title of Video." Website, uploaded by User, Date, URL.
*Give a user name if you are unable to determine the actual creator of the video.
"Holi: India's Epic Color Festival - Vrindivan, India." YouTube, uploaded by Evan Meets World, 21 Mar. 2014, www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEw2YFCJmdg.
Yellin, Dustin. "A Journey through the Mind of an Artist." TED, Oct. 2014, www.ted.com/talks/dustin_yellin_a_journey_through_the_mind_of_an_artist.
See pages 250 and 329 in the MLA Handbook and How do I cite YouTube videos? [MLA Style Center]
Title of Film/Video. Directed by Director, Production Companies, Date. Website OR Database, URL.
An Introduction to Philosophy. BBC, 1976. Films on Demand, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=99198&xtid=7303.
Enola Holmes. Directed by Harry Bradbeer, Netflix / Legendary Legendary Pictures / PCMA, 2020. Netflix, www.netflix.com/title/81277950.
(An Introduction 00:03:14)
(Enola Holmes 01:02:16)
See pages 250 and 328-329 in the MLA Handbook.
"Title of Episode." Title of Series, created by Creators, season X, episode X, Production Companies, Date.
"Person to Person." Mad Men, created by Matthew Weiner, performance by Jon Hamm, season 7, episode 14, Weiner Bros., 2015.
"End Game." The Queen's Gambit, created by Scott Frank and Allan Scott, episode 7, Flitcraft / Wonderful Films / Netflix, 23 Oct. 2020. Netflix, www.netflix.com/title/80234304.
("End Game" 00:22:13)
See pages 250 and 329-330 in the MLA Handbook.
Interviewee. "Title of Interview." Interview by Interviewer. Website, uploaded by User, Date, URL.
Interviewee. Interview. By Interviewer. Date.
Yousafzai, Malala. "Diane Sawyer Sits Down With the Inspirational Malala Yousafzai." Interview by Diane Sawyer. YouTube, uploaded by ABC News, 13 Oct. 2013, youtu.be/ev-jPT5M9cU.
See pages 250 and 336 in the MLA Handbook.
Artist. "Title of Song." Album Title, Label, Date, URL.
U2. "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For." The Joshua Tree, UMGRI Interscope, 1987, www.u2.com/music/Albums/4007/The+Joshua+Tree.
See page 330 in the MLA Handbook.
Artist. "Title of Music." Title of Book, edited by Editors, Edition, Volume, Publisher, Date, pp. X-X.
Artist. "Title of Music." Website, Publisher, Date, URL.
Chopin, Frédéric. "Barcarolle, Op. 60." MusOpen, circa 1845-46, musopen.org/sheetmusic/84/frederic-chopin/barcarolle-op-60/.
Dun, Tan. "Red Wilderness." Eight Memories in Watercolor, G. Schirmer, 2004, pp. 8-9.
See page 334 in the MLA Handbook.
Host. "Episode Title." Title of Podcast, episode X, Publisher, Date, URL.
"Tunnel Vision." Hidden Brain, hosted by Shankar Vedantam, episode 65, NPR, 20 Mar. 2017, www.npr.org/templates/transcript/transcript.php?storyId=520136937.
See pages 250 and 331 in the MLA Handbook.