The GLAAD Wrap: New music from Tegan and Sara, Gus Van Sant honored and more!

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) Out filmmaker Gus Van Sant is getting his own career-long exhibition at the Cinematheque Francaise. The exhibit, which opened on Wednesday in Paris, focuses on the photography and painting of Van Sant, as well as his filmmaking. The exhibition on the Milk director runs through July 31 and will then travel to Italy and Switzerland.

2) The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara has been adapted into a screenplay by out writer Tony Kushner,  with Steven Spielberg directing. Based on the novel of the same name, Kushner’s screenplay will follow the story of a Jewish boy in who is forcibly raised as a Christian. The film is scheduled to start production in early 2017 and be released at the end of that year.

3) Netflix’s Degrassi: Next Class is officially returning on July 22, when all 10 episodes of the second season will be released at once. It has also been renewed for seasons three and four by Netflix. In other TV news, FOX’s Rosewood has been renewed for a second season. MTV’s Scream released the first trailer its second season and Freeform is developing an as-yet untitled spinoff of their comedy Young & Hungry that will co-star Ashley Tisdale reprising her role as Logan Rawlings, a lesbian magazine editor.

4) Out pop duo Tegan and Sara have released their new track “Boyfriend.” Sara Quin talked about the personal nature of the song and how it was based on her own personal experience of a past relationship. "Boyfriend" is the first single of their upcoming album Love You to Death which hits stores June 3. Check out the song below!

5) Out pop singer Halsey has released a new version of her song “Castle” to be featured in the upcoming film The Huntsman: Winter’s War. She released a music video with the new song, featuring clips from the film as well as the singer herself. Check out the video below!

6) The Shorty Awards, which are given to entertainers who create outstanding social media content, were announced on Monday. The eighth annual awards were given out at the Times Center in New York. Among the winners were Troye Sivan in Singer, Hannah Hart for News and Media: Food, and Janet Mock in Tech and Innovation: Activism. 

7) The documentary Calling All Lesbians has launched a crowdfunding campaign to cover filming and production costs. Calling All Lesbians explores the formation of communities of lesbian and queer woman in six major cities across the west coast. The filmmakers intend to address the general lack of spaces created specifically for queer woman, and queer women of color in particular, and explore how communities are formed. To find out more, check out the doc's Indiegogo page.