George Saoulidis


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Writer/Director. I enjoy taking ancient Greek myths and turning them into modern sci-fi spooky versions. I also like to write romantic comedies, and people seem to go "Awww!" over them, so why not? My photo has been redrawn by a neural network.

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SAMPLE - Girl Gone Nova George Saoulidis

When an alien princess arrives, a jaded celebrity handler has to keep her happy. But will he manage to get through her visit, when catering to her spoiled needs is the only way to prevent her from exploding the Earth, when rebels are trying to assassinate her and when he starts to seriously fall in love with her?

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Cyberpunk Fairy Tales Sample George Saoulidis

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You Have Too Many Friends George Saoulidis

Inspired by Saw and our social media addiction, you are about to learn why you don't really need all those friends, or rather, why they don't deserve to be called that.

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Slow Up George Saoulidis

Limitless meets Black Mirror

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Heartbreaker Episode 1 George Saoulidis

Wanna break up? There’s an app for that. Dexter meets Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce in this snarky black comedy that follows Eris as she toys with people’s lives. When 25 year-old Eris gets fired from her minimum-wage job, she stumbles on her friend’s startup which outsources bad news to people. But will she manage to keep her friendships intact when she finds out she’s very good at delivering breakups, when demand is really picking up and when the recipients don’t take to the news too kindly? From ScifiSelect: Eris is a riot on every page. Inspired by the Greek Goddess of discord Eris and by today’s app services obsession. Do you want to meet Eris? Do you want to see the waterworks? Then read this black comedy that will make your heart break.

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Cosmophobia: An Antigravel Short Story George Saoulidis

Who is watching the stars, every second of every day, so we can better understand the universe? Inspired by the James Webb Space Telescope which will be launched and deployed in 2018. It will hopefully be as invaluable as Hubble was, opening our eyes to the cosmos.

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SAMPLE - The Gods Are Back In Town George Saoulidis

The gods are back in town. Skyscrapers pop out of nowhere all over Athens. Corporations rename themselves as Greek gods. It all started with the Greek crisis of 2009 and will forever change the world as we know it. Some say that CEO’s have gone mad. Others, that they know damn well what they are doing. That there is something solid amongst the myth. In the day of inter-connectivity and social media admiration, can the myths come back to life?

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SAMPLE - Loveless Ada: Swipe Left George Saoulidis

Nobody Loves Ada. Do you want to know what’s next for the virgin computer nerd? Do you wanna meet the nasty Yiayia?

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A Thousand Eves George Saoulidis

Aboard a Generation Ship, Men Are Optional Y The Last Man meets Battlestar Galactica in this generation-spanning space story. When Ash returns from his scouting mission, he finds the generation fleet 60 years older and run over by women. But will he manage to deliver his precious data to the ship’s computer, when his only friends are a teenage girl and a chauvinist drone, when every woman aboard wants to kill him on sight and when the bloodthirsty leader Una wants to stop things from changing? From ScifiSelect: A bloody page-turner. Do you want to see what’s next for the Ash the Last Scout and Dot the only orphan? Do you want to meet AI Luna? Then read this multifaceted space story that challenges the very foundations of humanity.

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Street Shamans Sneak Peek George Saoulidis

Street Shamans Life’s a Glitch American Gods meets Deus Ex in this zany sci-fi novel. On the brink of overpopulation, a city-wide hack disables the entire infrastructure and gives ordinary people control over Pittsburgh’s electronic devices. But will they manage to survive in their drastically altered lives, when their newfound senses extend and force them to take action, when the corporation governing the city is running a covert manhunt, and their own powers kickback every time they use them? Do you want to know what’s next for the City of Bridges? Do you wanna meet the Shamans? Then read this mosaic, multi-author novel that brings humor and action in the smart cities of tomorrow.

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Slow Up George Saoulidis

Limitless meets Black Mirror

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SAMPLE - Have You Seen My Drone? George Saoulidis

When a Cretan olive-oil tycoon suffers from ridiculous but high-tech sabotage, Deimos is called in to find the prankster. But will he succeed when the military urgently tasks him with locating a lost military drone, when the armed-to-the-teeth locals don’t want to cooperate and when other bounty-hunters are closing in to collect? Deimos is Takeshi Kovacs meets Deadpool. Seriously.

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BOO! A Halloween Story George Saoulidis

Wear the mask. It will come off in the morning When a young man from a village comes to the big city to study, he finds himself overwhelmed by the urban lifestyle. But will he manage to blend in by going to a Halloween party, when his crush asks him to help decorate the place, when the abandoned villa becomes all too spooky for him and when the illusory masks everyone wears seem to never come off?

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Heartbreaker Episode 2 George Saoulidis

Wanna break up? There’s an app for that. Dexter meets Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce in this snarky black comedy that follows Eris as she toys with people’s lives. When 25 year-old Eris gets fired from her minimum-wage job, she stumbles on her friend’s startup which outsources bad news to people. But will she manage to keep her friendships intact when she finds out she’s very good at delivering breakups, when demand is really picking up and when the recipients don’t take to the news too kindly? From ScifiSelect: Eris is a riot on every page. Inspired by the Greek Goddess of discord Eris and by today’s app services obsession. Do you want to meet Eris? Do you want to see the waterworks? Then read this black comedy that will make your heart break.

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Press Any Key To Destroy The Earth George Saoulidis

Disaster movie 2012 meets Moon in this story of scientific advances. The Destroyer of Earth did not set out to be one. A perfect storm of catastrophes, a touch of hubris and a lot of human ingenuity, and you get yourself deeper than ever. The button has been pressed, the world is in ruins. Will humanity figure out how to survive? Death. Destruction. At the easy touch of a button. These zany disaster stories all share a common thread: Someone pushed the damn button. In honor of Stanislav Petrov, the man who didn't press the nuclear counterstrike button in 1983 and that's why we're all still here.

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The Impossible Quest Of Hailing A Taxi On Christmas Eve George Saoulidis

Scrooge Is Looking For A Taxi Dickens meets I, Robot in this sci-fi retelling of a classic story. In this modern retelling of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," Scrooge is looking for a taxi to get home on Christmas Eve. But he will get the ride of his life, as he is walked through his past, his present and his future to end up a changed man. Set in modern day Athens, this science-fiction version of the classic ghost story is guaranteed to bring shivers down your spine and a smile to your face. From ScifiSelect: A digitally cold view on a classic character, that ends up being warm and encouraging. From Mary DeSantis: Such an awesome concept and a relevant tale

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Nanodaemons George Saoulidis

They’re Just Trying To Steer You Right. And Play Your Favourite Mp3s When an ordinary guy’s implanted devices are reset after a construction accident that costs him his arm, the daemons in charge of his electronics are just trying to do their job as usual. But will they manage to keep their user happy and alive, when every bit of info they uncover becomes another part of a mystery, when it becomes clear that someone is framing him for murder and when a corporation is sending an unusual assassin after him? Inspired by Aristophanes Clouds (Nefeles) and a little bit of “Inside Out,” this fast-paced action-thriller delivers computer jokes along with an interesting tale of redemption.

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You Have Too Many Friends George Saoulidis

Inspired by Saw and our social media addiction, you are about to learn why you don't really need all those friends, or rather, why they don't deserve to be called that.

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Life Coach George Saoulidis

There's a girl in Tim's room, that claims she's from the future. Should he believe her?

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