Again, October 27 marks the annual World Day for Audiovisual Heritage. It commemorates the "UNESCO Recommendation for the Safeguarding and Preservation of Moving Images", which was passed on that very day in 1980. In Germany, members of the Kinematheksverbund host several events on this occasion: For instance, the Deutsche Kinemathek screens a program of mostly forgotten works of early cinema at the Arsenal in Berlin. Meanwhile, CineGraph, Bundesarchiv and local partners discuss the future of film heritage preservation in Hamburg. In Frankfurt, the Deutsche Filmmuseum presents the restored version of "Harry wird Millionär", which was digitized as apart of the EU-funded project EFG1914, while the Filmmuseum Potsdam concerns itself with the lasting influence of "Metropolis". Also deserving much attention on this day is the world premiere of "Sommerwege", a film which was banned from exhibition in the former German Democratic Republic, and which the DEFA-Stiftung now presents for the first time in its reconstructed form at the Zeughauskino in Berlin.