Images & Other Multimedia | 8th Edition

Television film and video graphic

Image — Photograph or Artwork
In the 8th edition of the MLA Handbook, images from the web will most likely need just one container. Images from other types of sources should follow guidelines for those particular sources.

Wootten, Bayard. Woman Resting. 1937. Louis Round Wilson Special Collections Library, North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives, 12 Feb. 2013, http://library.unc.edu/wilson/.

Online Video
In the 8th edition of the MLA Handbook, videos accessed via web will most likely need just one container.

"Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Unaired Pilot 1996." Youtube, uploaded by Brian Stowe, 28 Jan. 2012, www.youtube.com/watch?v=WR3J-v7QXXw.
Television or Radio Program
In the 8th edition of the MLA Handbook, television or radio programs may need two containers. In addition to the original airing information, you may need a second container to show how you accessed the program.

"Under the Gun." Pretty Little Liars, season 4, episode 6, ABC Family, 16 July 2013. Hulu, www.hulu.com/watch/511318.
Film or DVD
In the 8th edition of the MLA Handbook, films may need two containers but a DVD would need just one.

One Container (Example from DVD)

Luhrmann, Baz, director. Romeo + Juliet. 1996. Performance by Leonardo DiCaprio, Claire Danes, and John Leguizamo, 20th Century Fox, 2004.

Two Containers

Cook, Barry, and Bancroft, Tony, directors. Mulan. 1998. Performance by Eddie Murphy, Donny Osmond, and Lea Salonga, Disney. Netflix, www.netflix.com/watch/14607635.
Album or Song
In the 8th edition of the MLA Handbook, albums or songs accessed from the web should be cited as websites or online videos. However, if you access an album or a song from a CD or vinyl the following information applies.

Album

Lady Gaga. The Fame Monster. Streamline/Konlive/Cherrytree/Interscope, 2009.

Song

Lady Gaga. "Dancer in the Dark." The Fame Monster, Streamline/Konlive/Cherrytree/Interscope, 2009.

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