Physical media = DVD, Blu-Ray, CD-ROM, etc.
For streaming video resources see the Web resources page.
The general reference format for film and video content is:
(Producer Surname & Director Surname, Year)
... is apparent in the director's cut of Blade Runner (Deeley & Scott, 2006), where Decker's voiceover ...
Reference list examples:
The general format for a reference for a TV show (or content taken from one) is:
Reference list example:
List the following bibliographic details, in order:
*3. It is necessary to state the title of both the album and the individual track even where they are both exactly the same.
Eg. Symphony 1, C major, op. 21. On Symphony 1, C major, op. 21
See Example 3 below.
Nb: The booklet included with a CD is called the "liner notes". This information can be cited as follows;
lang, k. d. (2008). Shadow and the frame [Liner notes]. On Watershed [CD]. New York, NY: Nonesuch Records.
Where the recording artist is different from the composer (or writer) the name of the recording artist is then included in the full citation in the Reference List. [Eg. 1]. However, if the composer (or writer) is also the performer then the name is not repeated. [Eg. 2]
'In-text' citations include as relevant SIDE, BAND or TRACK numbers:
"Vor dem fenster" (Brahms, 2007, track 23)
SIDE numbers are inapplicable to CD's as they are single-sided only.
Example 1. Recording artist is different from the composer.
Example 2. Recording artist is the same as the composer.
Example 3. Title of the piece of music, song etc is exactly the same as the title of the album.
That is the- On title
APA allows the use of a 'timestamp' for both direct quoting and paraphrasing from these sources.
Check the time that the quote starts on the video and use that in place of a page number, e.g. (Moorhouse, 2015, 1:13:20). Here the 1:13:20 refers to 1 hour 13 minutes 20 seconds into the film, where the quote we want starts.
Hours/minutes/seconds follows the pattern H:MM:SS
Minutes/seconds follows the pattern MM:SS
Where you are only using seconds (e.g. for a short clip), use a zero at the fornt, e.g. 0:39 for 39 seconds.
See the entry on the official APA Style Blog for more information.