Answered By: Austin Pevler
Last Updated: Jun 27, 2016     Views: 76

Well it depends. If it is one of our Films on Demand videos, there is a citation option right below the video. Otherwise:

For MLA, you can follow this link and scroll down to where it talks about film, movies, and tv on the OWL Purdue site. Or, if it is a Youtube video, or video database check out the electronic sources page

For APA, look here at "other non-print" sources from OWL Purdue. You might also look at the electronic sources page if it came from Youtube, a videocast, or a video database.

For anything else, maybe this link for the Chicago Style will work for you.