Can't find the film you'e looking for at the MRC? Here's a list of sites online that might offer it free or for a fee:
Snag Films - 3000+ films and documentaries
Turner Classic Movie Database - supports searches for information about 'classic' films from all over the world includes movie clips.
Hulu - for films & tv shows
Vimeo - video sharing site
YouTube - video sharing site
Amazon Prime Instant Video - instant streaming access to 1000s of films and tv shows
Netflix - Streaming service offering feature films, documentaries and tv shows
Metacafe.com - showcases they best short-form videos from movies, video games, TV, Music, and sports
Citing Online Media in APA Format
Great templates & guidelines from Santa Fe College (Gainesville, FL) for citing online media in APA format.
Writer, A. A. (Writer), & Director, B. B. (Director). (Year). Title of episode [Television series episode]. In C. C. Executive Producer (Executive producer), Title of TV Show. Country of Origin: Studio.
Online video (Netflix, Hulu, e.g.)
Producer, A. A. (Producer). (Year). Title of video [Streaming video]. Retrieved from http://xxxxx
Check out Santa Fe College's post for more instructions and sample citations.