RHINELANDER - Movie fans will see if their favorite movie wins "Best Picture of the Year" at the Academy Awards on Sunday.
There are some big names nominated this year, but there are a few many people in the Northwoods have never seen.
Rouman Cinema is giving people a chance to catch up on movies that will be winning the big awards.
The studios that produce the movies, decide what theatres get to show them and when.
A lot of it has to do with marketing and the demographics of the area.
Diverse movies like Moonlight and Fences often don't come to the are, until months after they're released.
George Rouman owns Rouman Cinema he says it's up to the studios, not him.
"People may or may not be into this type of thing but for those who are interested in really good, excellence quality performances, it's a great chance to get out here and see some of these movies and see what some of the buzz is about," said Rouman.
Rouman created a three week Oscar special where he'll be showing about 15 Oscar nominated films.
Rouman believes that people in the Northwoods have a right to see and know about movies featuring different cultures and people.