British Universities Film & Video Council

moving image and sound, knowledge and access

Audiovisual Citation Guidelines

img AV Citation cover

The Learning on Screen guidelines, launched on 27 March 2013, are designed to encourage best practice in citing any kind of audiovisual item.

They cover: film; television programmes; radio programmes; audio recordings; DVD extras; clips; trailers; adverts; idents; non-broadcast, amateur and archive material; podcasts; vodcasts; and games.

Download an interactive PDF version here: Audiovisual Citation Guidelines

(Depending on how your internet browser is set-up, you may need to right-click the link to save the PDF)

This is the first edition of the guidelines and it will be reviewed periodically. The BUFVC welcomes comments and feedback via email, or join the discussion by tweeting @LearnonScreen.

This work by Learning on Screen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 UK: England & Wales license.