*Online Premiere* A stock footage photographer falls in love with a floss model. “Stock,” written and directed by Jeff Loveness, is an ingenious satire on showbiz love stories about the struggling artist and the ready-made muse. Fighting for his job against his seasoned veteran boss (played by Bridger Winegar) — because his photos of “businessmen eating peaches” don’t “drip with sex” — the disillusioned man is at the end of his rope. That is, until an alluring young woman named Sydney walks through the door, ready to floss for him. He’s suddenly inspired, but so is his boss, who also tries to get in on the new action. (“Very interesting work. Have you modeled commercial dentistry before?”). The brilliance of “Stock,” lies in its ridiculous set-up and twists of cliche, particularly in the reaction of the woman caught in the trope, played by Mitra Jouhari (if she’s not already on your radar, make it so). Hilarious but also cathartic, it’s a film that exposes the emptiness of simplistic tales of love, and also, of course, the absurdity of stock photos. (12 minutes). Written and Directed by Jeff Loveness. Starring Mitra Jouhari, Bridger Winegar, Jeff Loveness and Julie Brister. Edited by Kyle Blair-Henderson. Original Score by Michael Sempert.