When you think of propaganda films, Germany and America are most likely the first countries to come to mind, which is what makes Kokoda Front Line! so interesting. Shot by Australian war-time photographer Damien Parer, the Academy Award-winning documentary showed the Aussies’ role in combating the Japanese stationed in New Guinea during WWII. It took home the Academy’s Best Documentary prize, giving Australia its first Oscar ever. After watching Kokoda Front Line!, you’ll sip on those Wallaby Darned drinks at Outback with pride—we also recommend adding some actual liquor along with the pride. Those things couldn’t get a 10-year-old girl slizzard.