A film about the Holocaust – produced by a Jesuit priest – finds itself on a possible path to the Academy Awards. The 37-minute documentary is called “The Labyrinth,” and
tells the story of Marian Kolodziej, a Polish Catholic resistance fighter during World War II who survived more than five years in Auschwitz.
Three years ago, Kolodziej’s work was discovered by Jesuit Father Ron Schmidt, who came to Auschwitz to produce a documentary on an annual interfaith conference held there.
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