Don’t want to cite by hand? MLA style is published by the Modern Language Association.
It is commonly used in humanities and English courses. The main contributors to the source, normally the author, are placed before the title. If there is more than one author, then arrange the authors in the same order found in the source. Reverse only the name of the first author, and follow the rest in normal form.
Sometimes the main contributor is not an author, but another contributor type, such as an editor for a book or conductor for a musical piece. If plural, then change the abbreviation accordingly. This can include editors and translators for books and producers and screenplay writers for movies. Place secondary contributors after the title.
Precede the name of the contributors with the abbreviation for the contributor type. Tim Thomas, Jane Horton, and Rex Bryant. You may decide to emphasize the work, for example, when citing a live performance.
In this instance, place all the contributors after the title. Some sources may have corporate or group authors. Write these organization where you would write the authors. If they are also publishers of the source, include it in the publication information as well.