Hailed as the two most important outreach tools of our time, each of the documentaries written and produced by Hanoch Teller are works of art and repositories of vital information. Do You Believe in Miracles? (1996), has been viewed by 70,000, winning numerous awards, including The New York Times “Critic’s Choice.” This docu-drama chronicles miracles in our day: from the early days of Cuba under Castro, to Israel SCUD attacks in the Gulf War. Do You Believe in Miracles? is a celebration of Divine Providence and a catalyst for Jewish pride. “This is the perfect show for the entire family,” reviewed Michael Medved. “Inspiration, instruction, appreciation – it’s an experience you’ll want to relive again and again!”

In 2012 Hanoch Teller scripted, directed and produced Reb Elimelech and the Chassidic Legacy of Brotherhood about the paramount chassidic leader, Reb Elimelech M’Lizhensk and the theme of ahavas Yisrael, love for our fellow man. In the initial year of its release, the film (note: it is not for private sale) has been screened on five continents before capacity audiences.  The Jewish Press gave the film “five stars and two thumbs up,” and Jonathan Rosenblum from The Jerusalem Post cheered: “Profundity and musical accompaniment that pierce the heart!”