Carson Block is trying his hand at shooting videos — and his first effort doesn’t look entirely safe for work.

The dirt-digging short seller — whose publicity stunts have included suing Equifax over its bungling of his personal information — has recruited Stormy Daniels to make a profanity-laced, sex-toy littered “awards show” called “The Fidouchies.”

A Tuesday night screening of the 20-minute film — which roasts alleged villains ranging from Martin Shkreli to the Sackler family — attracted boldface finance names like Jim Chanos and Whitney Tilson for drinks and hors d’oeuvres in a basement off Madison Square Park.

Daniels, who is introduced in the show as a “former spiritual advisor to the President,” presented an award to the Drug Enforcement Administration for its inability to control the opioid crisis.

“I would suggest [the DEA] take some Viagra, but apparently they’re terrified of pills,” Daniels said.

In an interview with The Post, Block called the film “an anti-awards show and roast for all the terrible people in this business.”

Other targets include private equity firm KKR, Jho Low, the fugitive financier behind Indonesia’s 1MDB scandal; and Jim Spanfeller, the buyout exec who presided over the implosion of Deadspin last month.

The awards themselves are anatomically specific sex toys for men painted gold with different objects shoved in orifices depending on the honor being bestowed.

According to Block, the deeply scatological tone of the film cost ”The Fidouchies” its original host, Andrew Dice Clay. The potty-mouthed comic quit after complaining that the film was “too controversial,” Block said.

Officially a production of Block’s firm, Muddy Water Research, “The Fidouchies” bold lack of taste was not accidental. “We wanted this to be profane,” said Block, “but profane for a purpose.”

The film is currently available for viewing on YouTube.