Given that the two you liked were accessible, popular "feelgood" films then you may indeed like Le Souffle au Coeur, as suggested. Also Fanny and Alexander (like Babette's Feast, involves Scandinavian festive feasting), Cinema Paradiso (bitter-sweet nostalgia), The White Balloon (charming). For masterly action-adventure, Seven Samurai should be a good starting point. Or Aguirre Wrath of God. Try Sansho the Bailiff, L'Atalante (slightly eccentric, but loved by many), Spirit of the Beehive, Chungking Express, The Night of San Lorenzo, Raise the Red Lantern; all superbly made and involving. Of course it's virtually impossible to predict what you'll like on the basis of 2 films, and i may be way out. Many who loved Amelie also went for Life is Beautiful.
Then there are more serious and "arty" films by directors like Dreyer, Bergman, Tarkovsky and Bresson, not for all tastes. Read up a bit on the users' top 100, for a sense of what may appeal to you.