Give the Author element a description in parentheses, e.g. (Director).
Give the Title element a description in square brackets, e.g. [Film], [Educational film].
Where works have multiple production companies separate each with a semicolon.
Always include a DOI if available. Only use a URL if it resolves without authentication.
See Section 10.12 of the APA Publication Manual for more examples.
Films (Motion Pictures)
Sagal, B. (Director). (1971). The Omega Man [Film]. Walter Seltzer Productions.
Melville, J. (Director). (1967). Le Samouraï [The Samourai] [Film]. Filmel; Compagnie Industrielle et Commerciale Cinématograp; Fida Cinematografica.
Videos & Academic Databases
Gregory, B. (Writer & presenter). (2012). CBT: Cognitive behavioral therapy techniques for everyday clinical practice [Educational film]. PESI Inc.
Microtraining Associates (Producer), Mejia, O., & Englar-Carlson, M. (Presenters). (2018). Multicultural feminist therapy [Educational film]. Alexander Street.
Crouch, A. (Practitioner). (2012). Bereavement and loss counselling [Educational film]. SAGE Video. https://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473940062
Matthias declares "whether a state of war between China and Russia still exists is not important any longer" (Sagal, 1971, 05:02).
The client here feels a sense of shame about her heritage (Microtraining Associates et al., 2018).
Sagal (1971) establishes this when Matthias declares "whether a state of war between China and Russia still exists is not important any longer" (05:02).
Crouch (2012) proposes that loss is a central theme of human existence.