Reference: Producer(s) Last name, Initials (Producer) & Director(s) Last name Initials. (Year). Title [Motion picture]. Place of production: Production company.
Example: Bender, L.A. (Producer) & Tarantino, Q. A (Director). (1994). Pulp fiction [Motion picture]. United States: Miramax Films.
Reference: Title of film (Year of distribution) Director [Format]. Place of distribution: Distribution company.
Example: The lives of others (2007) Florien Henckel von Donnersmarck [DVD]. Santa Monica: Lionsgate.
Reference: Name of person posting video (Year video posted) Title of film or programme. Available at: URL (Accessed Day Month Year).
Example: APintTurtle (2008) Zig & Zag - Christmas crises. Available at: http://youtu.be/yCv4iyPqZKQ (Accessed 12 December 2014).
Reference: Title. Directed by First name Last name of director, Performance by Key Performers' First Name Last Name, Distributor, Release date.
Example: A Street Cat Named Bob. Directed by Roger Spottiswoode, Performed by Bob, Luke Treadaway and Ruta Gedmintas, Polygram, Sony, 2016.
Note: If you want to highlight a key particular performer, start the citation with their name, then their title.
Gedmintas, Ruta, performer. A Street Cat Named Bob. Sony, 2016.
Reference: "Title" episode or segment. Title of programme or series. Additional info. e.g. director/narrator/performer etc. Name of network. Call letters and city of local station (if any). Broadcast date.
Example: "The Villain." Faulks on Fiction. Narrated by Sebastian Faulks, BBC 2, 15 Jul., 2011.
Note: If you are highlighting a particular contributor's work to the production, start the reference with their name.
Faulks, Sebastian, narrator. "The Villain." Faulks on Fiction. BBC 2, 15 Jul., 2011.
If the creator's name is the same as the uploader's name, the basic MLA format is:
If the creator's name is different than the uploader's name, the basic MLA format is:
There are two styles of MHRA referencing - footnotes and bibliography style and author-date style. Please check with your lecturer/tutor which one you must use.