Citations for electronic resources are, by and large, the same as for their print equivalents, with the addition of subscription information for databases, access dates, and URLs. Once again, examples are presented here single-spaced for clarity, but should appear double-spaced in a works-cited page. URLs are not always required in MLA, but should be included to help readers locate a source, or if your instructor requires them.
Provide the title of the film, the director, the film's distribution company, and the year of release. Between the title and the distributor you may also list other parties that are relevant to your paper or that will help with identification of the film, including screenwriters, actors, producers, etc.
The MLA does not currently propose a citation style for YouTube videos. Until it does, the following format, which is based on MLA standards for other media formats, is the most acceptable for citing YouTube videos: