This slightly scary website has flashing ticker tape telling you what happened to Wilde on each day of the year. It also has a stockpile of letters to and from Wilde.
If you're feeling maudlin, take a virtual tour of the cemetery where Wilde is buried, along with a lot of other famous people.
This website was developed for a Brown University class on the Victorian era and has a lot of good information about the time when Wilde was writing.
Download free PDFs of all the works here for your own Wilde Festival.
A comprehensive look at life during this period. This excellent site is complete with articles exploring politics, technology, health, and British government during the Victorian period.
The amazing cast of this movie includes Julianne Moore, Rupert Everett, Cate Blanchett, Minnie Driver, and Jeremy Northam.
Adapted from the highly regarded biography by Richard Ellman, this biopic stars Stephen Fry as Oscar Wilde and Jude Law as Lord Alfred Douglas.
This one features Paulette Godard as Mrs. Cheveley.
A free audio book from LibriVox.
Actor Stephen Fry is a big Wilde fan. He's recorded podcasts of Wilde's short stories and his own thoughts about them.
Little Oscar in a dress.
Crooner Morrissey is obsessed with Oscar Wilde. Check it out.