Adrienne Thorne

Adrienne Thorne

Screenwriter, Story Analyst and Author

Seattle, Washington

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October 2017
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About Adrienne

Adrienne Thorne grew up on a steady diet of country music and Catholicism, so her writing ranges from fun cowboy sh*t to lighthearted explorations of faith and family life. Adrienne’s writing accomplishments include a spec feature sale and a produced feature script, as well as a recent writing assignment co-writing an indie feature. When she’s not writing, she’s busy navigating through the non-stop adventure of life with the autistic and other neurodiverse traits that she and most of her five children live with.




  • Cauliflower Queen

    Cauliflower Queen Comedy An idealistic small-town beauty queen fights against an unscrupulous potato chip company mogul who wants to pave her town’s beloved farmland, while she unknowingly falls for his son.

  • Stones

    Stones Comedy Drama An impetuous teenage farm girl seeks freedom from her all-male household on a trip to a national dairy knowledge bowl competition, despite her overbearing brother coming along as chaperone. *2022 Academy Nicholl Fellowship quarterfinalist.

  • Crossbreed

    Crossbreed Romance Comedy After a drunken hookup, a neurodivergent teenage farm girl falls for the son of her father’s archenemy and must rethink her obsessively-planned future when she finds out she’s pregnant. Modern comedic retelling of Romeo and Juliet.

  • Delivery Route

    Delivery Route Budget: $100K - $1M | Comedy Drama After learning that his ex-girlfriend is nine months pregnant and trapped in her home from a weather disaster, an irresponsible high school senior must act as labor coach for the birth of his child, over video chat.

  • The Breakup Game

    The Breakup Game Romance Comedy A snobbish city girl must get the geeky laughingstock of her new school to date and dump her, as part of a plan to get her dad to move her out of their new hick-town home and back to Chicago.

  • Home

    Home Comedy Drama A control-freak dairy farming wife and mother of six faces her troubled past and challenging present in therapy, as she deals with a high-risk pregnancy and the looming threat of being unable to control her teenage children's lives.

  • Sweet Child O' Mine

    Sweet Child O' Mine Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy A womanizing man-child learns how to grow up when his badass teenaged daughter walks into his life and asks for his help stopping her mom’s disastrous wedding.

  • Studs

    Studs Budget: $5M - $10M | Romance Comedy A gorgeous twenty-something navigates her way through sexism in the male-dominated world of bull stud sales, while falling for the macho new hire brought on to replace her.  *2020 Nicholl Fellowship quarterfinalist 

  • The Cow Ate My Homework

    The Cow Ate My Homework Romance Comedy In his last week of high school, an unpopular teen with secret dreams of country music fame must learn to stand up for himself when a cow eating his homework makes his chances of graduating and surviving high school go to crap.


  • Murder at the Lakehouse

    Murder at the Lakehouse (2024)
    Film by Funny & Amen Writer

  • Sydney and Calvin Have a Baby

    Sydney and Calvin Have a Baby (2023)
    Film by Believe Entertainment Writer A geeky teenage writing prodigy deals with a date-rape tragedy by diving into fictional worlds and denial, until an unplanned pregnancy and an annoyingly handsome new British guy help her see beauty amidst the pain.

  • Army Dog

    Army Dog (2016)
    Film (Action) Writer Casper van Dien plays Army Sargent Tom Holloway. His partner and best friend is his bomb sniffing dog Conner. They go through a lot together so when Tom is ready to retire he returns home to his family with Conner in tow. Unfortunately his daughter Tara, played by Casper's real life daughter Grace, isn't all that pleased to have a new family member. She really missed her dad for all those years he was away and she naturally wants him all to herself now. Seeing him spending his time with Conner instead fills her with jealousy. Tom can see the anxiety his daughter is experiencing so he decides to take her and Conner on a camping trip to help them bond closer together and possibly even learn a little about teamwork. Unfortunately once in the mountains an unexpected occurrence leads to a danger filled adventure that tests the three campers. Written by CSJ


  • Academy Nicholl Fellowship quarterfinalist

  • Academy Nicholl Fellowship quarterfinalist

  • ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship quarterfinalist

  • Scriptapalooza International Screenplay Competition semifinalist

  • Academy Nicholl Fellowship Top 10%

  • Screencraft Screenwriting Fellowship quarterfinalist

  • Big Break quarterfinalist

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