For Resnais, On connaît la chanson/Same Old Song is quite good, it's a lip-sync musical written by Jean-Pierre Bacri and Agnès Jaoui, which sounds weirder than it is but still, quite good. I don't know how familiar you are with Bacri/Jaoui, they're writers and actors with a pretty specific sensibility for French dramedies, the most famous one from them would probably be Le goût des autres/The Taste of Others.
Edit: Oh, and Spivet is decent, but judging by your overall opinion of Jeunet you wouldn't like it much. It's lesser than Micmacs. While the Wes Anderson comparison is very much on-point for Jeunet, I wouldn't accuse him of lacking emotion, ever. Cutesy and annoying I can see, but his films are always heartfelt post-Caro (Amélie and on).