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Jessica Falkholt's 'Harmony' film will still go ahead

Alex Michael For Daily Mail Australia

The production company behind Jessica Falkholt’s upcoming film ‘Harmony’ says the movie will still go ahead after the actress’s life support was switched off following the Boxing Day crash that killed her family.

In a tribute post, Cowlick Entertainment wrote: ‘This film will be dedicated to Jess and her family so their memory will live on and her talents are appreciated around Australia and the world.’

Harmony was the last movie Jessica filmed before the horror crash last month. 

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Production company behind Jessica Falkholt's upcoming film 'Harmony' says movie will still go ahead after actress' life support is switched off following Boxing Day crash that killed her family 

Production company behind Jessica Falkholt's upcoming film 'Harmony' says movie will still go ahead after actress' life support is switched off following Boxing Day crash that killed her family 

Production company behind Jessica Falkholt’s upcoming film ‘Harmony’ says movie will still go ahead after actress’ life support is switched off following Boxing Day crash that killed her family 

The 29-year-old’s life support was switched off on Thursday night, following the tragic accident that killed her father Lars, mother Vivian and sister Annabelle.

As of 1pm Friday, she is still in critical condition at St. George’s Hospital.

According to Harmony’s IMDB page, the film had completed filming and is currently in post-production.

In their touching tribute, Cowlick confirmed Jessica will appear as Harmony, the feature’s lead actress. 

They described her performance as ‘incredible’ re-iterating the tragedy had left the entire cast and crew ‘completely devastated’.

The Fantasy/Romance production had previously released a trailer for the title, which is scheduled for release this year.  

In a Facebook tribute post, Cowlick Entertainment wrote: 'This film will be dedicated to Jess and her family so their memory will live on and her talents are appreciated around Australia and the world' 

In a Facebook tribute post, Cowlick Entertainment wrote: 'This film will be dedicated to Jess and her family so their memory will live on and her talents are appreciated around Australia and the world' 

In a Facebook tribute post, Cowlick Entertainment wrote: ‘This film will be dedicated to Jess and her family so their memory will live on and her talents are appreciated around Australia and the world’ 

St George’s Hospital released a statement on Friday: ‘On behalf of the family of Jessica Falkholt, St George Hospital has been asked to advise the media and the community that Jessica’s life support has been switched off.

‘She remains in a critical condition. The family has asked for privacy during this very difficult time.’ 

The driver at the centre of a fatal car crash, which tore the Falkholt family apart, had been jailed four times and had over 60 serious traffic convictions to his name. 

According to Harmony's IMDB page, the film had completed filming and is currently in post-production 

According to Harmony's IMDB page, the film had completed filming and is currently in post-production 

According to Harmony’s IMDB page, the film had completed filming and is currently in post-production 

The production company described the 29-year-old's performance as 'incredible,' re-iterating the tragedy had left the entire cast and crew 'completely devastated' (Jessica is pictured in Harmony trailer)

The production company described the 29-year-old's performance as 'incredible,' re-iterating the tragedy had left the entire cast and crew 'completely devastated' (Jessica is pictured in Harmony trailer)

The production company described the 29-year-old’s performance as ‘incredible,’ re-iterating the tragedy had left the entire cast and crew ‘completely devastated’ (Jessica is pictured in Harmony trailer)

Jessica’s family made the heartbreaking decision to turn off her life support just one day after the funeral of her father Lars, mother Vivian and sister Annabelle.

Craig Whitall, 50, crashed his Toyota Prado four-wheel-drive into the Falkholt’s family car while driving home from a methadone clinic on the New South Wales south coast, south of Sydney, on Boxing Day. 

It has been revealed Craig – who also died in the fiery collision – had served four jail sentences for traffic offences, was banned for driving for nine years and had at least 10 convictions for driving while disqualified,The Daily Telegraph reported. 

Craig Whitall, 50, crashed his Toyota Prado four-wheel-drive into the Falkholt's car while driving home from a methadone clinic

Craig Whitall, 50, crashed his Toyota Prado four-wheel-drive into the Falkholt's car while driving home from a methadone clinic

Craig Whitall, 50, crashed his Toyota Prado four-wheel-drive into the Falkholt’s car while driving home from a methadone clinic

It has been revealed Whitall - who also died in the fiery crash - had served four jail sentences for traffic offences

It has been revealed Whitall - who also died in the fiery crash - had served four jail sentences for traffic offences

It has been revealed Whitall – who also died in the fiery crash – had served four jail sentences for traffic offences

Jessica’s extended family had kept a bedside vigil in the Intensive Care Unit at St George Hospital where she was in a medically induced coma.

They previously told Daily Mail Australia an operation on her brain ‘went well’ and they were waiting for the results of the surgery. 

Her parents Lars, 69, and Vivian, 60, died at the crash scene on the Princes Highway near Sussex Inlet, south of Sydney.

Annabelle, 21, was flown to Liverpool Hospital in a critical condition, where she died as a result of her injuries on December 29. 

He was driving on P-plates at the time after getting his licence back a year earlier

He was driving on P-plates at the time after getting his licence back a year earlier

He was driving on P-plates at the time after getting his licence back a year earlier

Her parents and sister (pictured above) were remembered by hundreds of family and friends at St Mary's Catholic Church at Concord in Sydney's west on Wednesday

Her parents and sister (pictured above) were remembered by hundreds of family and friends at St Mary's Catholic Church at Concord in Sydney's west on Wednesday

Her parents and sister (pictured above) were remembered by hundreds of family and friends at St Mary’s Catholic Church at Concord in Sydney’s west on Wednesday

Lars and Vivian died at the crash scene on the Princes Highway near Sussex Inlet, south of Sydney. Annabelle died as a result of her injuries on December 29

Lars and Vivian died at the crash scene on the Princes Highway near Sussex Inlet, south of Sydney. Annabelle died as a result of her injuries on December 29

Lars and Vivian died at the crash scene on the Princes Highway near Sussex Inlet, south of Sydney. Annabelle died as a result of her injuries on December 29

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