Stephanie Kennedy

Stephanie Kennedy is our resident Venezuela expert. She works as a journalist for El Proceso – a monthly publication based in Caracas, as a journalist and researcher for COTRAIN (Comunidad de Trabajo e Investigacion) – a centre for documentary film-making in Venezuela, as well as for Sounds and Colours, where she writes about Venezuelan life and politics.

Posts by Stephanie Kennedy:

Calling on Caracas

Calling on Caracas

By 11 January, 2011

There are few cities that follow the lines and heights of Caracas. Interesting would be a compass that revealed the tale behind each cardinal, how the north is a green and luscious mountain, el Avila, the city’s lung... Read Article

Hermano – a review of the slums

Hermano – a review of the slums

By 10 January, 2011

Stephanie Kennedy, Sounds and Colours Venezuelan correspondent, takes a close look at life in Caracas’ slums, reacting to both the consequences of recent bad weather, and the release of Hermano, a new feature film set in the area.... Read Article

Najanamu — a cry from within

By 15 September, 2010

Culture in Venezuela is as fluid and as diverse as its ever-stretching landscape. There exists no single identity, but a series of explorations of heritage and modernity that have come to define a country both proud of its... Read Article