NEW YORK – At the Cannes Film Festival in May, director Quentin Tarantino (search) announced, "Cinema, mon amour!" It appears he may have another love in his life.
Tarantino and filmmaker Sofia Coppola (search) are "seeing each other," Bumble Ward, publicist for both, confirmed Tuesday.
They "enjoy each other's company," Ward told The Associated Press.
Earlier this year, Coppola, 33, won the Oscar for best original screenplay for "Lost in Translation." Tarantino won the screenplay Oscar in 1995 for "Pulp Fiction."
The couple were recently photographed together in Madrid, Spain, where the 41-year-old Tarantino was promoting the second installment of his bloody revenge series, "Kill Bill."
Tarantino is the third director in Coppola's life. She's the daughter of Oscar-winning director Francis Ford Coppola, and was married to director Spike Jonze (search) ("Adaptation" and "Being John Malkovich") for four years. The couple separated a year ago, and Coppola filed for divorce last December.