Here's the original Latin text to Augustine's confessions. Remember to mind your accusatives and ablatives.
Here's the Edward Bouverie Pusey translation from 1838 that T.S. Eliot references in "The Wasteland." It's also great if you like the word "Thou."
Movie or TV Productions
A TV miniseries that takes place after the Confessions (though it talks about the Confessions), when Augustine is Bishop of Hippo and the Vandals are besieging the city.
Articles and Interviews
Here's an awesome bibliography of scholarly resources related to Augustine, compiled by J. O'Donnell. What more could a student want?
J. O'Donnell talks about what it means to study the Confessions in the 21st century.
The Global Catholic Television Network did a series on Early Church Fathers, and this one gives a pretty good overview of Augustine's life.
If you're interested in a historical/academic perspective on Augustine, check out this Yale lecture on the Confessions.
No, really, he did.
No, really, they did.
Fra Angelico is like the name in Renaissance frescoes, if Renaissance frescoes happen to be your thing.
Here's a fresco painted by Benozzo Gozzoli in the 15th century in a chapel in San Gimignano, Italy.