|Haverhill Experimental Film Festival||
Hannah Dustin of Haverhill, Massachusetts scalped ten Native Americans during captivity in March of 1697. Word spread, public statues erected, and a folk hero was made permanent. To this day, her tomahawk lay unperturbed in a local museum, rewarding the strange violence that plagued this valley oh so long ago.
Three hundred and sixteen years later, the Haverhill Experimental Film Festival enters its second year. As the only experimental film festival in Massachusetts, H.E.F.F. 2014 proudly returns to the Merrimack Valley. The inaugural year proved successful beyond our most humble expectations.
For three days in July, a unique festival dedicated to new experimental cinema will be held in Jerusalem.