To cite correctly your film, here are the basic components you need to have cite:
Last name, First name of the creator. “Title of the film or video.” Title of the website, role of contributors and their First name Last name, Version, Numbers, Publisher, Publication date, URL.
-List films by their title. Include the name of the director, the film studio or distributor, and the release year. If relevant, list performer names after the director's name.
Blade Runner. Directed by Ridley Scott, performances by Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, and Sean Young, 1982.
In the case you want to draw attention to a particular actor or director in your works cited for ease of finding, you can list the actor or director first:
Scott, Ridley, director. Blade Runner. Warner Bros, 1982.
If you’re using an image in your paper or research project:
Include a Figure number, shortened to “Fig.1” Also include the creator’s name, title of work (italicized), date of creation/publication, the medium of reproduction. Publication information of the source.See below example.
Jackson, Jeff. Sean Young in Blade Runner. 6 Apr. 2003. Flickr
SCREENSHOT OF A FILM
Fig 2. Screenshot of Eleven in the "upside down" from the episode "The Bathtub" Stranger Things, Netflix, 2016.
“Chapter Seven: The Bathtub.” Stranger Things, Season 1, Episode 7, Netflix, 15 July 2016. Netflix,
The above video interview would be cited:
Scott, Ridley. “Ridley Scott Breaks Down His Favorite Scene from Blade Runner | Blade Runner | Blade Runner | WIRED”
Interview by Wired. YouTube. 19 September 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpzFOHEO8Sc Accessed October
TV INTERVIEW ON YOUTUBE
de Armas, Ana. Interview by James Cordon. The Late Late Show With James Corden. YouTube. Uploaded 6 October
2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6ZRmTD_e2k Accessed October 25, 2017.
Luscombe, Belinda. "10 QUESTIONS for Ridley Scott." Time, vol. 168, no. 20, 13 Nov. 2006, p. 8. EBSCOhost,