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Mary Winborn

Mary Winborn

Screenwriter

Corpus Christi, Texas

Member Since:
June 2014
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About Mary

It took me a long time for the dawn to come. I've been writing something all my life, including years of professional ,technical type verbage as an RN CCM (Registered Nurse, Certified Case Manager). I never found a writing niche that I felt really good about until I started writing screenplays a few years ago. I wouldn't have written a script on my own, but when I asked a childhood friend who had sold scripts in the 90's to co write a story idea I had, she told me I could do it, with training. Suddenly I became very brave. I have always loved movies. As teenagers, my sister and I used to read the same book, then talk about the movie we could make, and argue about casting. The dawn had not come yet.

Unique traits: They say I am funny. I usually don't try to say anything really funny until someone has a mouthful of food.

Loglines

  • "DESPERATE ENOUGH: THE RUN OF THE MILL GANG  "  by Mary Winborn

    "DESPERATE ENOUGH: THE RUN OF THE MILL GANG " by Mary Winborn Adventure Comedy "When a broke boomer couple goes to Mexico to capture a cartel head for a million dollar reward, things dont go as planned. Tag along family is one of the surprises."

  • Killing the Cat

    Killing the Cat Adventure Crime After Benny Binion left Dallas and became a founder of big gambling in Las Vegas, he still had to try 12 times to get old nemesis Herbert "the Cat' Noble killed back in Dallas, or he would have no credibility with the mob. Unfortunately for him, the Cat just wouldn't die, and wanted vengeance after his wife was blown up.

  • Let's Have the Tourists in for Dinner

    Let's Have the Tourists in for Dinner Comedy Horror History says the cannibal Karankawa tribe have died out. They used to feast on shipwrecked Spaniards. But, they still live off the grid in caves in the dunes of Padre Island, with cell phones, dune buggies, satellite TV. They look just like average island residents, but still have a taste for tourists.

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