Call Me By Your Name was shot entirely on a 35mm Cooke S4.
The Witch was nearly all on a 32mm Cooke Speed Panchro.
Many Jean-Pierre Jeunet films used only wide angle lenses - Delicatessen is almost entirely a 25mm Cooke Speed Panchro with a 32mm as their only long (!) lens, City of Lost Children was mainly 14, 18 and 25mm, Amelie is mainly 21-27mm, A Very Long Engagement used 14-27mm, etc.
Khondji went on to shoot Fincher's Seven with mainly a 27mm Primo, and their subsequent collaboration on Alien Resurrection was also shot pretty wide.
Polanski only used 18 and 25mm lenses for Rosemary's Baby, and 25 and 32mm for The Ninth Gate (Khondji again). Probably others.
Welles used an 18.5mm Angenieux for almost all of A Touch of Evil and Don Quixote.
I imagine some of Wes Anderson's films are mainly shot with wide angle lenses (an anamorphic 40mm often gets mentioned), but I don't have any specific info on focal lengths.