Several of the here mentioned films are bizarre or dreamlike but not surreal.
Bunuel was an official member of the surrealists, and he is the surrealist filmmaker per se. An Andalusian Dog and The Golden Age are surrealist classics. Later he let surrealist images drop in into basically realistic films for alienating purposes, and in the 60s he returned to an often surrealistic filmmaking style with The Terminating Angel or Belle de Jour or The Discrete Charme of the Bourgeosie.
I don't remember Performance to be a surrealist film, nor any other of Roeg's films. Kubrick is surely no surrealist filmmaker, he is more of the opposite of a surrealist.
And I wouldn't call Greenaway a surrealist either. Fellini uses dreams, but for me quite different from the way a surrealist would use them.
But David Lynch's films are filled with surrealist images.