This page provides a few examples of how to cite difference types of audiovisual resources such as motion pictures, documentaries, podcasts, or online videos.
See: Section 7.07 Audiovidual Media in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition
See: APA Style Blog. Relevant "how to" posts are linked below for easy retrieval.
Note: An APA Style reference for a motion picture requires the names of the producer, director, film title, and country of origin. If you used a source available in the Brock University Library collection, then this information is provided in the Library Catalogue record for the item. Remember to include the format notation, such as motion picture or DVD, in square brackets after the title.
Rudin, S. (Producer), & Fincher, D. (Director). (2010). The social network [Motion picture]. United States: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Remerowski, T. (Producer). (2010). Google world [DVD]. Canada: CBC Learning.
See: "How to create a reference for a YouTube video" (APA Style Blog how-to article). Note that you are not required to place the video title in italics.
BrockLibrary (2011). Evaluating web resources [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_RyObc4kWo
CBC News (2012, July 10). RIM woos shareholders [Video file] . Retrieved from http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/story/2012/07/10/rim-blackberry-agm.html
Note: if you retrieved a video from Business Source Complete, determine if you are citing the video or the transcript and include the format in square brackets after the title. Do not italicize the format designation.
Gupta, S. (2010). New media and digital marketing. Harvard Business School Faculty Seminar Series [Video file]. Retrieved from Business Source Complete database.
Gupta, S. (201). New media and digital marketing. Harvard Business School Faculty Seminar Series [Transcript]. Retrieved from Business Source Complete database.