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    How to Cite a Film in an Essay or Analysis

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    How does one cite a film or movie in an essay or analysis using MLA, APA, and/or Chicago-style formats? What about on a works cited list or bibliography? What about different types of film citations, such as: movies viewed in the theater, on videocassette, or DVD? What about different versions: theatrical release, director's cut, extended cut, unrated cut?

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    This solution explores the proper ways to cite a movie in MLA, APA, and Chicago-style formats. In-text citations, works cited lists, and bibliographies are all illustrated. Additionally, multiple film versions, including theatrical releases, video/DVD releases, anniversary editions, director's cuts, extended cuts and unrated cuts, are addressed.
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