The GLAAD Wrap: 'The Bravest Knight' gets animated; 'Lumberjanes' film; new videos from Jennifer Hudson, Neon Trees, Brandi Carlile

Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.

1) The new film Wild Horses opens in theaters and on demand today. Ben Briggs (James Franco) returns home to Texas for the first time after his father Scott (Robert Duvall) kicked him out 15 years ago after catching him with a boy. At the same time, Texas Ranger Samantha re-opens a missing person cold case with Scott as the prime suspect. He must silence her for good or come to terms with what he did to cover up Ben's relationship with the missing ranch hand. Check out the Wild Horses trailer below and find a screening near you or catch it on demand.

2) The documentary Do I Sound Gay? has released its first trailer and includes appearances by George Takei, Margaret Cho, Dan Savage, David Sedaris and more. The film, from director David Thorpe, was successfully funded through Kickstarter last year and explores why some people "sound gay" and the stigma often attached to the "gay voice." Do I Sound Gay? will be in theaters and on demand July 10.

3) Hulu has created an adorable short film adaptation of Daniel Errico's digital book The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived. The story follows pumpkin farmer Cedric as he trains to become a Knight and fights a dragon, saving two kidnapped royal siblings in the process. Upon their return to the Kingdom, Cedric and the Prince marry and Cedric finally gets his fairy tale ending. "Giving Cedric a home alongside some of the most beloved and important characters in children's media means a great deal for his message, and the future of characters like him," said Errico. Check out The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived below.

4) The Weinstein Company will release the Elle Fanning, Naomi Watts, Susan Sarandon-starring film Three Generations on September 18.  Fanning plays Ray, a teen at the beginning of his transition, with Watts as his mother, Maggie, who is struggling with her own feelings about it. Sarandon plays Ray's grandmother Dolly, a music manager who shares a brownstone with her partner Frances, and who has her own strong opinions about her family. Weinstein's deal includes a 500-minimum screen commitment for the release of Three Generations.

5) The GLAAD Media Award-nominated comic book Lumberjanes is being adapted for a live action film for 20th Century Fox by Will Widger. The comic follows a group of girls spending the summer at a scout camp full of supernatural mysteries and strange creatures. The core group includes archer Molly and Mal who come to realize they have feelings for each other. Lumberjanes, which was originally intended to be a limited run, has proven a huge success with readers as it was quickly upped to ongoing series and now a feature film. You can read Lumberjanes at Boom! Studios and Comixology.

6) The 11-episode TLC docuseries I am Jazz will officially premiere July 15. The series will follow 14-year-old trans teen Jazz Jennings in her daily life as she juggles high school, dating, and her work as an LGBT advocate. The series will also include her parents Greg and Jeanette, siblings Ari, Griffen, Sander, and her maternal grandparents Jack and Jacky. Jennings was named one of Time Magazine's 25 Most Influential Teens of 2014 and has previously spoken about her story at the GLAAD Media Awards.

7) This week Jennifer Hudson released her new music video "I Still Love You" which takes place at a wedding as a father comes to accept his son and celebrate his nuptials. The video is part of the launch of Logo's #All50 marriage equality campaign showcasing the widespread support for marriage equality in the U.S. leading to this month's Supreme Court decision. Check out "I Still Love You" below.

8) Neon Trees have released the video for their track "Songs I Can't Listen To" which stars out lead singer Tyler Glenn and out writer/director/advocate Dustin Lance Black as a couple facing the end of their relationship. Neon Trees kick off their North American tour June 6.

9) Out singer Brandi Carlile has released a video for the track "Mainstream Kid" off her latest album The Firewatcher's Daughter. Carlile is on tour across the U.S. and Canada now through October, don't miss her at a date near you. The Firewatcher's Daughter is available on iTunes now.

10) The wait is over! The Shorty Award-nominated web series Carmilla returned for its second season this week. Carmilla, based on the novella of the same name by Sheridan Le Fanu, follows Silas University freshman and journalism major Laura who falls in love with her new vampire roommate Carmilla. Season two will bring fans 36 new episodes, you can catch up on the entire first season on YouTube now.

11) The documentary Same Difference is looking for funding help to cover post-production and festival costs. Same Difference looks at Minnesota's Anoka-Hennepin school district and several of the students who died by suicide between 2009 and 2011 and how the district's refusal to let teachers support LGBT young people hurt its students. The film specifically looks at two boys: Michigan teen Graeme Taylor who came out in a supportive school environment in a speech which went viral and is now off to college, and Anoka-Hennepin student Justin Aaberg who also came out as a young teen but was bullied at school before passing away at 15. Learn more at the Same Difference Indiegogo page.