Zotero is a citation management tool that allows you to keep all of your citations in one place and cite them automatically in any style you prefer!
Step 1. Download Zotero & install the browser plug-in.
Step 2. Open up the Zotero software, and then switch to a web browser.
For more information on how to create citations and bibliographies and how to add Zotero to Word or Google Docs. Please see the attached Quick Guide.
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Films and electronic resources like web articles or streaming videos are cited slightly differently than books or journal articles in the body of your paper. If you are quoting a film make sure to include a time or time range, separating hours, minutes and seconds, with colons, to indicate where the quote came from within the film, like a page number.
EXAMPLE: (Belle du jour 00:34:30-00:36:03)
On the "works cited" page: If you are citing a film that you watched on an online streaming platform like Kanopy or Swank Digital Campus, include the name of the database and URL.
Citing a film or DVD:
Title. Original release date. Names of director(s). Names of performers if relevant, Publisher/Production company, publication date.
Muerte de un ciclista. 1955. Directed by Juan Antonio Bardem. Criterion Collection, 2008.
OR you can emphasize the director and create the citation this way:
Bardem, Juan Antonio, director. Muerte de un ciclista. 1955. Criterion Collection, 2008.
Citing a film from a streaming video database like Kanopy or Swank Digital Campus:
Title. Name of director. Original Release date. Names of Performers if relevant, Publisher/Production Company, publication date. Database, URL.
El pais de miedo. Directed by Francisco Espada. 2015. Pragda. Kanopy. https://richmond.kanopy.com/video/country-fear.