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Scenes by Donal Moloney from this Summer’s Calcio Storica.

A combination of football, rugby and wrestling.

Donal Moloney writes:

It’s possibly the most dangerous sport of Earth. Back in June I crossed another one off the bucket list and had the privilege of attending Calcio Storico in Florence.

Months of planning and a hard neck had me attend the event as the only non-Italian photographer for both semi-finals. Lots of stress getting the pass but worth it. Great craic

Donal Moloney

Calcio Stoprica

 

Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2

Donal Moloney writes:

Took a stroll through St Stephens Green on Saturday afternoon and spotted a few nice scenes. There were some people doing the Tango at the bandstand that I found particularly beautiful….

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Saturday morning.

Donal Moloney writes:

Couldn’t sleep Friday night so got up at 5am and headed for Bull Island to catch first light and see if there was anything interesting. I was done by 6.30am and then headed to Poolbeg for a stroll…

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Pine The Pilcrow – Only Ghosts

Video directed by Donal Moloney, who writes:

A couple of months ago I was asked to do a talk in the Tara Buildings on as part of their excellent ‘Creative Mornings’ monthly program.

Prior to my talk the audience were treated to a few songs performed by a newish Irish group called ‘Pine The Pilcrow’. I had never heard of them before but they blew me away with their melancholic and haunting tones.

Their sound seemed a perfect fit for a video idea I had. Their new single ‘Only Ghosts’ (released today) was particularly suited to my notion. I approached them after the talk and they were more than keen to collaborate. I did some prep work and shot this (above) a couple of weeks ago with the assistance of some great friends. If you ever get the chance, check them out.

Pine The Pilcrow

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Previously: Donal Moloney on Broadsheet

For your consideration.

The life-affirming follow up to Donal Moloney’s documentary on his friend Martin’s homeless odyssey.

In fairness.

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Previously: For You Consideration: Martin




Last night.

Dublin

The Halloween parade from Macnas, world-renowned pioneers of imagination and invention.

Their parade, Memory Song, marked the end of the Bram Stoker Festival.

Pics by Donal Moloney and Lea Farrell/Rollingnews

Laytown Races.

A short film shot by photographer and filmmaker Donal Moloney last Tuesday at Laytown, County Meath, the only ‘racing on sand’ event officially run under the rules of the Turf club.

Majestic.

Drone shots: Stephanie Sammann.

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