For our majors, and most importantly our careers, we need references to back up the information we put out into the internet. In INF103, we were taught how to take references from the internet, and how to properly convert then into APA formats. This skillset is displayed below, as I rounded up 5 APA bibliographies about my field of study, and my career.
Serban, S. (2016) Lumière’s Cinématographe: The Starting Point of the History of Cinematography. Annals of Spiru Haret University, Journalism Studies. 2016; Vol. 17 Issue 2, p49-52. 4p. Retrieved from
Liu, X. (2018, July). Video Content Marketing: The Making of Clips. American Marketing Association. Retrieved from
Online Google Scholar Sources:
Buckland, W. (Ed.). (2009). Puzzle films: complex storytelling in contemporary cinema. John Wiley & Sons. Retrieved from
Dennison, S., & Lim, S. H. (Eds.). (2006). Remapping world cinema: identity, culture and politics in film. Wallflower Press. Retrieved from
All of my sources were academic and reputable, however the ones found in the library sources were not always relevant to the subject of cinema — but more as media as a whole.