Producer Letty Aronson has worked with brother Woody Allen since 1994’s “Bullets Over Broadway,” but the best picture nom for “Midnight in Paris” is her first.

“He’s fun to work with. He’s completely reasonable,” she said of working with the famously idiosyncratic helmer. “What could be better than working with your brother?”

One of her favorite parts of the process is watching the script be transformed to images on the screen.

“I love imagining and then actually seeing what it looks like in the hands of someone with his creative genius,” she said. “It takes on a whole new dimension with his vision.”